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    In a single day: More than 20,000 visitors to the Museum and Exhibition of the Prophet’s Seerah and Islamic Civilization at ICESCO Headquarters

    13 December 2022

    The Museum and Exhibition of the Prophet’s Seerah and Islamic Civilization, currently held at the headquarters of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) in Rabat, is attracting large numbers of visitors, exceeding 20,000 visitors on Sunday, December 11, 2022.

    Since the official inauguration of the Museum and Exhibition on November 17, under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may Allah assist him, and with the presence of the Crown Prince, HRH Prince Moulay Al-Hassan, may Allah preserve him, the Museum and the Exhibition has been receiving growing numbers of visitors who are eager to tour the various pavilions and sections of the Museum, which collectively provide an overview of the life of the Prophet, peace be upon him, his companions and Al Al-Bayt through various and innovative mediums.

    The Exhibition received wide appreciation given the detailed presentations and simulations of the Prophet’s life, which capitalize on the latest technologies. The exhibition also had a positive impact on all visitors from different age ranges and backgrounds and took them on a journey through history.

    This is the first time the Museum and Exhibition are being held outside of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, thanks to the strategic partnership among ICESCO, the Muslim World League and the Mohammedia League of Scholars of the Kingdom of Morocco. The Museum and Exhibition aim to highlight the message of Islam which promotes justice, peace, mercy, tolerance, coexistence and moderation, based on the Holy Quran, the Noble Sunnah and the long-standing Islamic history. The Exhibition is open to the public, free of charge, every day, except Mondays, from 10:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.

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