Saudi Arabia distributes one million copies of the Holy Quran

The Ministry of Islamic Affairs in Saudi Arabia, represented by King Fahd Complex for Printing of Holy Qur’an, has started distributing one million copies of the Holy Qur’an of various sizes.

The aim is to raise awareness of communities and support activities and actions that spread Islam’s message.

The Ministry has also translated Qur’an into more than ten international languages ​​and distributed them to 413 advocacy and guidance associations and educating communities across the country.

The General Supervisor of the King Fahd Complex for the Printing Qur’an, Dr Abdullatif Al-Sheikh, expressed his thanks and gratitude to King Salman and his Crown Prince for this generous gesture that embodies care for advocacy and guidance centres.

Dr Abdullatif indicated that the leadership support to distribute Qur’an editions to centres helps their various advocacy activities and programs, such as teaching communities the Holy Qur’an message and spreading its sciences.

He praised the continuous support of advocacy, guidance, and community awareness associations in the Kingdom to achieve their mission in community service.

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