MAKAKH — The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, represented by the General Administration for the Affairs of the Holy Qur’an and Books, has provided the shelves and cabinets inside the Grand Mosque with Holy Qur’an copies to be within reach of the Grand Mosque visitors.
The Director of the Qur’an Affairs Department at the Grand Mosque Saad Bin Ghuwailib Al-Nadawi explained that the administration provides the shelves and cabinets designated for the Holy Qur’an with a number of the Holy Qur’an copies, Qur’an copies printed in Braille for the blind, and translations of the meanings of Holy Qur’an in several languages, including English, Urdu, and Indonesian, together with Altafisr Almuyasr (Simple Interpretation of the Holy Qur’an), and large-sized Mushaf.
They are distributed in all locations and corridors of the Grand Mosque every week, especially during the Friday Sermon.
Al-Nadawi stated that providing the Holy Qur’an and translating the meanings of the Holy Qur’an and the Braille Qur’an is continuous.
In such a way, the Grand Mosque visitors spend their time in a fruitful way, and the Two Holy Mosques’ mission is achieved in support of the General Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques Affairs 2024 plan in terms of exerting more efforts in providing professional services to the Grand Mosque visitors. — SPA
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