TEHRAN, June 25, The International Holy Quran Competitions will be held in Tehran from July 9-14. The ceremony will be attended by world's top Quran reciters and memorizers.
The 27th edition includes a story writing section.
It will be held in three categories, namely Quran and Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) household, Quran and insight and humanities.
Authors and researchers can also participate in a research section which covers a wide range of topics such as the semantics of insight in Quran and Quranic teachings.
Muslims regard the Holy Quran as the main miracle of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), as proof of his prophethood, and as the culmination of divine messages.
The Quran is a book of guidance, offering detailed accounts of specific historical events, and often emphasizing the moral significance of an event over its narrative sequence. (PNA/IRNA)