Tehran(IP) - Iran's Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance said that the Virtual Holy Quran exhibition brings Islamic and human societies closer to each other.

Iran Press/Iran News: Speaking at the first online exhibition of the Holy Quran, Abbas Salehi stressed that if anyone wanted to reach God, they must love the Qur'an. To have better communication, you must recite and practice it well, Salehi noted. 

Previously, only residents of Tehran could benefit from the exhibition, but now not only all Iranians but worldwide can take advantage of it, he added.

Imam Ali (as) lived his whole life with the Qur'an, teaches us in the Nahj al-Balaghah how to interact with the Qur'an, said the minister.

The Qur'an is healing without any side effects; However, other medicines have side effects, it heals human beings and human societies, as well as the great pains of disbelief, hypocrisy, and degeneration, Abbas Salehi underlined.

This virtual exhibition coincides with Ghadr night, the night of Decree when the Quran was first sent down from Heaven to the Holy Prophet, Salehi said, expressing hope that everyone takes the opportunity and visits it.

The first virtual exhibition of the Holy Quran kicked off on Saturday in Tehran with the participation of more than 1,000 active Quranic institutes, centers, and publishers in this field.


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