A scientific and academic delegation from the Noble Qur’an Complex in Sharjah visited the Icelandic capital Reykjavik as part of the complex’s efforts to spread and teach the Noble Qur’an and its sciences all over the world.
The visit aims to support Quranic circles and Quran teaching in the North Pole.
Sheikh Sherzad Abdul Rahman Taher, Secretary-General of the Society, said that the delegation’s visit stems from the lofty goals and objectives of the Society to teach the Book of God and spread its sciences as far as the Society can reach in order to achieve the vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah. Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Academy, in support of Quranic efforts in countries far from the Islamic world.
He stressed that the Noble Qur’an Complex in Sharjah will continue its great scientific achievements and efforts, and seeks to graduate qualified scholars who are certified in the various seven, ten minor and ten major recitations with the chain of transmission related to the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him.
Sheikh Shirzad stated that the complex, during its visit to Iceland, will discuss with those in charge of the only mosque in the capital, Reykjavik, efforts to support Quranic circles, teach Quran and disseminate it in the farthest and farthest point in the globe in the North Pole.
Sheikh Sherzad said that in view of the large number of countries covered by the Qur’anic complex, and in view of what the world is going through from the Corona pandemic, and in application of precautionary measures, and the difficulty of gathering graduates in one country, the complex decided that the graduation of students should take place in (6) regional celebrations, where the Choosing a country from each of the world’s continents, and inviting the students of the Synod to the neighboring countries of that selected country.
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