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Quran Tafseer for the Blind presented at Yardem Mosque in Kazan

The Yardem Mosque in Kazan officially presented a new edition of the interpretation of the Quran in Braille. A complete set of an edition consists of 10 volumes, reports the Tatar Press Agency.

Through Mushaf, blind Muslims will not only learn the basics of Islam, but also understand its meanings.

It, based on the latest edition of the interpretation of the Quran from the DUM RT, was compiled by blind specialists from the Yardem-Help charity fund, philologists, imams and representatives of Islamic universities. In total, it took them seven years, said Ilgam Ismagilov, chairman of the board of the Yardem Foundation.

Also for Muslims, a new edition of Ahmadhadi Maksudi’s Gyibadat Islamia (‘Worship in Islam’) in Braille was presented today.

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