9:37 - May 21, 2019
News ID: 3468571
TEHRAN (IQNA) – The director of Al-Mustafa International University’s pavilion at the 27th international Quran exhibition in Tehran said the pavilion introduces the culture of different Muslim nations.


Hojat-ol-Islam Yusuf Mohammadi told IQNA that the university’s students from Malawi, Russia, Pakistan, Indonesia, Comoros Islands, Senegal, Thailand, Mali and Georgia are present at the pavilion every night to introduce Quranic activities of their countries to the visitors.

The visitors also learn about different parts of the university and special programs of the university’s Quranic groups for seminarians and their families in Iran and other countries.

The pavilion also showcases the Quranic activities of female seminarians and their children as well as the publications of the university.

The 27th edition of the international Quran exhibition in Tehran has been organized with the motto of “Quran, Meaning of Life” at the Imam Khomeini (RA) Mosalla (prayer hall).

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