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Quran expo

Hujjat al-Islam Jazayeri, Vice President of Education of Al-Mustafa International University, attended the International Holy Quran Exhibition in Iranian capital city of Tehran and visited its seminary section.

Hawzah News Agency- Hujjat al-Islam Seyyed Hamid Jazayeri, vice president of Al-Mustafa International University and secretary of the Seminary year book conference, visited the 31st International Exhibition of the Holy Quran in Iranian capital city of Tehran and visited its seminary section; During his visit, he was closely informed about the Quranic achievements and activities of the Islamic seminary.

He will give a speech in a meeting that will be held tonight in the seminary section of the international exhibition titled "The Legal Miracles of the Quran", which will be broadcast live on Hawzah TV at 8:00 p.m.

Artworks representing Quran verses and teachings and rare manuscripts of some Islamic books are on view at the showcase, which is organized every year during the month of Ramadan.

Artists from 21 countries, including India, Pakistan, Tunisia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Algeria, Indonesia, Kenya, Oman and Malaysia, have been invited to attend the exhibition, which will be running until April 18, the organizers announced.

The artists are scheduled to hold workshops and put their artworks on view at the exhibition.

Representatives of Iran’s Al-Mustafa International University, Ahl Al-Bayt World Assembly, the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought and several other Islamic centers are participating in the exhibition to brief visitors about their missions.

Culture ministers from seven countries will visit the exhibit and memorandums of understanding will be signed during their sojourn in Tehran.

Several world-celebrated Quran reciters have been invited to perform in different sessions planned by the organizers.

The exhibition will be hosting several competitions on Quranic issues for children as distinguished Quran scholars from across the world have been invited to deliver speeches.

The exhibition was inaugurated on Saturday by President Ebrahim Raisi, who honored a group of top Quran activists with prizes.

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