By Taher Zaroog.
Tripoli, 23 March 2014:
The Ministry of Culture celebrated the printing of the first Koran since the revolution at the . . .[restrict]Ibrahim Mahjoub Mosque in Misrata on Friday. It has been printed under the ministry’s supervision.
The ceremony was attended by the Minister of Culture, Habib Al-Amin, the head of Misrata Local Council, Ismail Shaklawan, and other members, in addition to a large number of Koran readers and heads of Koranic schools from all over Libya.
The newly printed Koran whose cover displays Libya’s name and flag as well as the star and the crescent, comes in three different sizes, large , medium and pocket size. It will be distributed to all libraries and Koranic schools across the country. [/restrict]