The government of Saudi Arabia will distribute 1 million copies of the Qur’an in the holy month of Ramadan. The translated copies of the Qur’an in 76 languages will be distributed free of charge. Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz gave this approval in a decree.
Saudi media reported yesterday (March 5) that these copies of the Holy Qur’an will be of different types. The copies of the Qur’an are made at the King Fahd Complex in Madinah. The Ministry of Islam and Dawah Affairs of Saudi Arabia will distribute these copies of the Qur’an through Islamic Dawah Centers in 22 countries during Ramadan.
Minister of Islamic Ministry of Saudi Arabia and head of King Fahd Complex. Abdul Latif Al Shaikh said that the program is being conducted as a continuation of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to deliver the message of the Holy Qur’an to billions of people in the world.
The Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Dawah will coordinate with Saudi embassies in 22 countries to provide free copies of the Holy Quran and translated Quran.