Pakistan to build first state-owned Quran complex in Islamabad

The International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) Rector Dr. Masoom Yasinzai lauded the efforts, saying it will unite Muslims.

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Pakistan is building its first state-owned Quran complex in Islamabad with the financial help of Saudi Arabia.

The Minister of Religious Affairs Pir Noorul Haq Qadri announced that the government wants to build the complex in the federal capital to help save historical manuscripts of the Holy Book. This would be the first government-owned Quran complex.

“We have received offers of financial assistance for the building of the complex from Saudi Arabia, the Saudi-based World Muslim League, and some other Gulf countries”, Spokesman for Religious Affairs Ministry Imran Siddiqui said.

The process of land acquisition near Golra has already begun. It will regulate and set standards for the publication of the Holy Quran across the country, and recycle worn pages of the book.

The complex will be made on approximately 10 Kanal in the federal capital. It will have different sections, like the error-free publication of the Quran and also, a plant for recycling.

The International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) Rector Dr. Masoom Yasinzai lauded the efforts, saying it will unite Muslims.

“The government should take guidance from the Holy Quran complex in Madia”, Dr. Masoom said.

According to the former chairman of Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology Dr. Muhammad Khalid Masud, it is a constitutional duty of the government to oversee the publication of the Holy Quran.

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  • It is great and will remain positive if the known con artists like Fazlu thug and similar or any maulana (bearded person)who is fame hungry or position hungry is kept away from this organization, we still have millions like Dr.Israr and they deserve to guide the nation in Islamic education.


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