According to the website of the center, it will contain information on Quran activists in the fields of ‘Sawt and Lahn’, ‘Quranic concepts and interpretation’, ‘Quran memorization’, ‘Ibtihal and Tawasheeh’, and ‘Quranic arts’.
The database will come in handy for holding Quranic in handy for holding Quranic and cultural activities, such as international Quran contests, and for educational programs.
To collect data for the database, the center has invited all Quran activists residing in Austria to email their resume and information about their activities to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opened in 1992-93, the Imam Ali (AS) Islamic Center in Vienna is managed by the Shia Muslims of the city and supports the Muslims of Austria in carrying out their religious ceremonies and duties, or educational, cultural, social activities, and create a reasonable atmosphere for Islamic rituals.
Islam is the second most widely professed religion in Austria, practiced by 7 percent of the total population according to 2014 estimates.