IQNA

17:20 - July 05, 2020
News ID: 3471897
TEHRAN (IQNA) – Some 560,000 copies of the Holy Quran were printed in Iran in the first 3 months of the current Iranian calendar year, an official said.

  

Meysam Moaafi, an official with the Dar-ol-Quran Karim Organization, said that in this period (March 21-June 20, 2019), the organization issued 73 permissions for printing the Quran, the report said.

This is a good figure given the closure of the Tehran International Book Fair and the International Quran Exhibition due to the coronavirus outbreak, he noted.

The Dar-ol-Quran Karim Organization is affiliated to Iran’s Islamic Development Organization.

It oversees Quranic activities and grants permissions for publication of the Quran in the country.

 

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Tags: Quran ، printing ، Iran
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