Saudi Arabia gifts 59,450 copies of Holy Quran to Kenya

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Riyadh — Saudi Arabia gifted a total of 59,450 copies of Holy Quran in different sizes and translations to the Republic of Kenya, Islamic Affairs Ministry announced on Sunday.

Ministry tweeted that, “In implementation of the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the ministry has started sending the fourth batch of gift amounting to 32,700 copies of the Holy Quran in various sizes, and translations of the Holy Quran from the publications of King Fahd Complex for Printing Quran to the Republic of Kenya, bringing a total of 59,450 copies”.

In April 2021, Kingdom began shipping 1.2 million copies of the Holy Quran in various sizes and 21 languages to 29 countries around the world as part of Custodian of Two Holy Mosques’ gifts program.

King Fahd Complex produces about 10 million copies a year, and it has published 55 different translations of the Quran in 39 languages. The complex has made over 128 million books of the Quran since 1985, which is fully accepted by all sects of Islam.

Saudi Arabia is revered in the Muslim world for its incredible services in promoting the message of Quran and Prophetic Hadiths, and the moderate principles of Islam.

After Mohammed bin Salman’s appointment as a crown prince, Kingdom has been relentlessly working to protect the values of Islam by promoting moderation and mutual coexistence, against extremism and terrorism.