According to Al-Bayan newspaper, the recorded recitations will be made available on the website of the institute and its pages on social media networks.
Speaking in a ceremony held in Mamzar region of Dubai, Ibrahim Muhammad Bumilha, advisor to the ruler of Dubai in cultural and humanitarian affairs, thanked the eminent Qaris who cooperated in the Quranic project.
He said that the institute had previously recorded two Quran recitations by late Syrian Qari Sheikh Ahmad Karasi and Sheikh Khalifa Al-Tunaiji, an Emirati Qari and a member of the judging board of the Dubai International Quran Award.
The institute has unveiled three new recorded Tarteel recitations of the entire Quran by Sheikh Osama Safi, Sheikh Abdullah Sab’awi and Sheikh Walid Al-Marzouqi, he added.
Bumilha went on to say that the institute also plans to broadcast the recordings via different radio and satellite channels and distribute the DVDs of the recitations at Quranic centers and institutes.