SAUDI ARABIA

Holy Qur’an Printing Complex in Madinah receives visitors during Ramadan

April 21, 2022

MADINAH — The King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Qur’an in Madinah receives visitors between 10 a.m. and 12 noon, allowing guests to check on facilities of the complex, stages of printing the Holy Book and the latest print, audio and digital publications that the complex produces in various languages.

The King Fahd Complex was inaugurated in 1984 in Madinah to be the main center for printing the Holy Qur’an, reflecting Saudi Arabia’s keenness to serve the Holy Book, in addition to meeting Muslims’ needs of the Holy Qur’an.

The complex aims to preserve the Holy Book and protect it from mistakes and deviation by relying on trusted people who memorized the Qur’an to review the texts.

The present capacity of the complex is 20 million copies of the Holy Qur’an annually. The total production of the complex since its inception reached 345 million copies of various issues. These copies were distributed to Muslims across the world.

Saudi Arabia’s care is not limited to printing and distributing the Holy Qur’an, it also included translating its meanings into 76 international languages. The complex provided several technological services and e-applications for smartphones, including the Holy Quran with various recitations, in addition to having several audio publications. — SPA


April 21, 2022
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