Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs Concludes Bridges Exhibition in Thailand

Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs Concludes Bridges Exhibition in Thailand

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance has concluded the Bridges Exhibition, which lasted for 20 days at the Islamic Center in Bangkok, in conjunction with the start of the final qualifications of the Award for the Memorization of the Holy Quran that the ministry organized in Thailand.

The first edition of the exhibition contributed to highlighting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s efforts in serving the Two Holy Mosques and their visitors of pilgrims and Umrah performers, supporting Muslims’ issues, offering relief and medical assistance, contributing to combating terrorism and spreading the values of moderation and tolerance.

The exhibition also shed light on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s care for the Holy Quran through the establishment of the King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran, which is the biggest at the world level, and contributing to promoting the King Abdulaziz International Competition for the Memorization, Recitation and Interpretation of the Holy Quran, and the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud’s gift of fancy dates that are distributed across the world, in addition to highlighting various aspects of the Saudi culture, such as the coffee and the Arabic calligraphy with the participation of calligraphers throughout the exhibition days.

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