Meet Jamshid, a student of Madrasatul Muhajireen Wal Ansr.Hear his noble dream of becoming an educator. "I dream of teaching after I graduate from the Madrasah. Because it is a teaching by the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) that what you learned must be shared to others. And I am exactly planning to do that."

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