Quranic diplomacy is about to begin between Iran and Malaysia,” Ali Asghar Mohammadi told a reporter on Friday outside the Restu Global Quranic Arts Festival in Putrajaya.
The comments come from the Iranian Cultural Center, a partner in the event’s organization. Iran has also sent a delegation to the event made up of artists to display its artistic talent.
The diplomat stated that Iran has a huge potential for participating in international Quranic events.
He added there should be more efforts made to promote Iranian artists on a global scale.
Mohammad emphasized that we should cling to the Holy Quran since it is the source of Muslim unity.
Iranians have a lot to say in this area, the ambassador pointed out, and the event is being hosted with the intention of bringing new perspectives to Quranic topics.
At Nasyrul Quran Complex, the event was launched on Friday.
The festival is accessible to the public Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 6 PM and on weekends from 9 AM to 9 PM (Malaysia local time).
The 10-day festival will feature a number of exhibitions, including the largest Seerah book in the world, special Restu items, the Kaaba Kiswa, Quran village, and artifacts of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his companions.