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TEHRAN (IQNA) – The Holy Quran Academy in Sharjah comprises different sections, including museums that showcase rare Quran manuscripts written in different regions.

The Sharjah Holy Quran Academy was launched on December 25, 2020, in the presence of Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, the Ruler of Sharjah.

The architecture of the building is derived from the art of Islamic architecture, which has made it the most magnificent building of its kind in the world.

The Sharjah Holy Quran Academy is located in an area of ​​about eight thousand square meters and includes 34 rooms and halls.

The Sharjah Holy Quran Academy with the aim of focusing on the Holy Quran in various forms in the script, print, audio and digital, supporting research and studies in the field of Quranic sciences and studies, strengthening and growing the knowledge of enthusiasts and activists in this field. and this has been formed to support Quranic projects inside and outside of the UAE country.

The Sharjah Holy Quran Academy has 7 Quranic museums and According to the order of the ruler of Sharjah, this Quranic Academic has full credibility and a legal personality, and a legal capacity to achieve its goals and is financially and administratively independent.

In this academy, there are rare copies of the Holy Quran and also 54 manuscripts of the Holy Quran that have been collected from different countries from Africa to East Asia, and in addition, rare and special copies that the ruler of Sharjah has donated to this museum are displayed.

 

 

In a part of this Academy called the Museum of the Prophet (PBUH), the curtain of the Kaaba, the ribbon around the curtain of the Kaaba and the oldest pieces dating back to the tenth century AH can be seen.

The museum also contains the key to the house of God, which is one of the oldest keys to the Kaaba and dates back to the Ottoman period.

In addition to these museums, the simulation of the Hara cave has been done in the academy with the aim of acquainting the visitors with the narration of the story of the revelation of the Quran to the Prophet of Islam (PBUH).

The museum also contains a hall entitled "Man and Existence in the Quran" which deals with scientific facts in the Quran and expresses the scientific facts that the Holy Quran has dealt with in ancient times, while scholars have achieved these facts in the last century.

In this hall, 26 issues are explained in the form of 10 sections, four of which deal with the beginning of existence from the time of creation to its end, and three sections are dedicated to the subject of human creation and one section to the earth.