The International Museum of the Prophet's Biography celebrates having 3 million persons visiting its touring branch in Rabat
The chain of international museums of the Prophet’s Biography and Islamic Civilization, which is launched from its headquarters in Medina, Saudi Arabia, celebrated having three million persons visiting its branch at ICESCO headquarters in the Moroccan capital, in a record time. The celebration witnessed the presence of His Excellency the Secretary General of the Muslim World League, Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Chairman of the Board of Exhibitions and International Museums of the Prophet's Biography, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, and His Eminence the President of Muhammadiyah Association of Scholars, Dr. Ahmed Al-Abadi, and His Excellency the ICESCO President, Dr. Salem Al-Malik as well as a large gathering of scholars, diplomats, researchers and heads of Islamic universities.
On this occasion, His Eminence Dr. Muhammad Al-Issa welcomed the high-ranking attendees of this precious occasion, as it celebrates this great Islamic achievement to introduce the biography of our noble Prophet (peace be upon him), via means of most up-to-date technologies. He stressed, at the same time, that highlighting the Prophet's fragrant biography enhances Islamic awareness, reveals the dangers of extremism, and clarifies the true image of Islam to non-Muslims. He expressed his thanks for the support which the museum's Moroccan branch received from Muhammadiyah Association of Scholars and ICESCO. They are the ones who harnessed all their capabilities to serve the museum, especially what was facilitated by ICESCO as regards providing a headquarters for the event.
For his part, His Eminence Dr. Al-Abadi affirmed that Muhammadiyah Association of Scholars in Morocco takes pride in this blessed partnership which revolves around the biography of the best of all creation (PBUH), stressing the importance of making use of modern technology to present the honorable biography in a way that reaches everyone.
On his part, Dr. Al-Malik expressed his appreciation for the efforts exerted by the MWL to establish this exceptional Islamic work. At the same time, he expressed his appreciation for giving the ISESCO's headquarters the opportunity to host the first touring branch of this great edifice, whose radiance emanates from the noble Prophet's vicinity in Medina.