The Muslim World League, in cooperation with the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) and the Muhammadiyah Association of Scholars in the Kingdom of Morocco, announced the preparation stages to host the exhibition and The International Fair and Museum of the Prophet's Biography and Islamic Civilization, whose headquarters are located in Medina, at the ICESCO headquarters in the Moroccan capital Rabat under the patronage of His Majesty the Moroccan King Mohammed VI. This event coincides with the celebration of Rabat as the capital of culture in the Islamic world for the year 2022.
This announcement follows a meeting chaired by Dr. Salim bin Muhammed AlMalik, Director-General of ICESCO, and Dr. Ahmad Abadi, Secretary General of the Muhammadiyah Association of Scholars in the Kingdom of Morocco, while the Muslim World League was represented in arranging this important event by the Secretary of the Board of Directors of International Exhibitions and Museums, Dr. Nasser Al-Zahrani, as representative of its Secretary General. President of the Organization of Muslim Scholars, Head of Museums and Exhibitions of the Biography of the Prophet and Islamic Civilization around the world, Dr. Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa.
The International Fair and Museum of the Prophet's Biography and Islamic Civilization, located in Medina in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a major headquarters, is receiving more follow-up and support in light of the great interest in Islamic matters, especially the biography of our Noble Prophet (PBUH), from the wise leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and trusted Royal Highness Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
Numerous dignitaries, royals, highnesses, presidents, and eminences visited the Medina’s Museum main headquarters, and praised it. They saw in this edifice a global Muslim landmark brimming with civilization and humanity through scenes of the prophet (PBUH) biography. All exhibited with the state-of-the-art modern methods under the motto: "The Prophet's Biography as If You Live It." And so did the scholars of the Makkah Charter during their visits and tribute to this innovative museum.
It was agreed in principle to establish this museum’s sub-headquarters in various Muslim countries after the direct request of their Excellencies, Statemen, Presidents, heads of governments, and rulers. Already, the foundation stones of some of them were laid in official ceremonies.