Turkey supervises the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into Japanese

Turkey supervises the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into Japanese To date, the Presidency of Religious Affairs in Turkey has supervised the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into about 40 languages, including the Japanese language.  On Saturday, the Turkish Head of Religious Affairs, Ali Erbas, participated in an event held in the Japanese capital, Tokyo, to introduce the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into Japanese.  Erbash met with Japanese opinion leaders at the Turkish Cultural Center at Tokyo Mosque on the sidelines of his Saturday visit to Japan.   Turkish Religious Affairs Chief Ali Erbas participates in an event in Tokyo to introduce the translation of the meanings of the Holy Qur’an into Japanese (AA) In a speech during the event, Arbash said that over the previous centuries, Muslims made unremitting efforts to deliver the Holy Qur'an to distant countries.  He explained that the Presidency of Religious Affairs in Turkey has so far supervised the translation of the meanings of the Holy Qur'an into about 40 languages.   The Presidency of Religious Affairs in Turkey has so far supervised the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into about 40 languages ​​(AA). He pointed out that the work of translating meanings into Japanese began in 2018, and the presidency seeks to deliver copies to as many people as possible.

To date, the Presidency of Religious Affairs in Turkey has supervised the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into about 40 languages, including the Japanese language.

On Saturday, the Turkish Head of Religious Affairs, Ali Erbas, participated in an event held in the Japanese capital, Tokyo, to introduce the translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur’an into Japanese.

Erbash met with Japanese opinion leaders at the Turkish Cultural Center at Tokyo Mosque on the sidelines of his Saturday visit to Japan.

In a speech during the event, Arbash said that over the previous centuries, Muslims made unremitting efforts to deliver the Holy Qur'an to distant countries.

He explained that the Presidency of Religious Affairs in Turkey has so far supervised the translation of the meanings of the Holy Qur'an into about 40 languages.

He pointed out that the work of translating meanings into Japanese began in 2018, and the presidency seeks to deliver copies to as many people as possible.

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