An agreement was recently signed between King Saud University’s Holy Quran Teaching and Reading Chair and the Conservation of the Holy Koran Society in Jordan. The agreement was signed in the main hall of Jordan’s Applied Science Private University in Amman.
KSU’s Holy Quran Teaching and Reading Chair has ranked first among all economic, humanitarian and economic research chairs in the research chairs report for the 2011-2012 academic year. KSU’s Holy Quran Teaching and Reading Chair was established in early 2011 at the KSU Teachers College’s Quran Studies Department. The Conservation of the Holy Koran Society in Jordan was founded in April 1991.
In addition to the agreement between KSU and Jordan’s Applied Science Private University, KSU’s Holy Quran Teaching and Reading Chair and the Saudi Scientific Society of the Holy Quran and its Sciences signed a cooperation agreement during a coordination meeting.
The meeting was organized by the Saudi Scientific Association for Glorious Quran “Tebyan” and the agreement was signed during the coordination between the Saudi Scientific Association and KSU’s Holy Quran Teaching and Reading Chair who together will serve the Holy Quran.
Among the large delegation at the meeting were Professor Suliman Aba Al-Khail, rector of Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University; Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah Al-Sheikh, Saudi Arabia’s grand mufti; Dr. Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, imam and khateeb of Mecca’s holy mosque and chair professor; and Dr. Muhammad bin Salim Al-Oufi, director of the King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran.