Shaykh-ul-Islam inaugurates English website of Irfan-ul-Quran
On the auspicious occasion of the Quaid Day on February 19, 2009, Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri clicked on www.irfan-ul-Quran.com to inaugurate the English version of website. Sahibzada Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri and Sahibzada Hammad Mustafa Qadri had inaugurated the Urdu site of Irfan-ul-Quran 3 years ago.
The inaugural ceremony took place in the middle of central Quaid Day programme at 11:30 p.m. on February 19, 2009. Deputy Director of Minhaj Internet Bureau, Abdul Sattar Minhajian, presented the laptop to Shaykh-ul-Islam who clicked on the home page himself. Shaykh-ul-Islam felicitated the entire team of MIB for designing this beautiful website.
Abdul Sattar Minhajian told the audience that the central website of MQI www.minhaj.org was one of the major websites of the world. According to statistics available with MIB, more than 82,000 people log onto this website on average on daily basis. Abdul Sattar Minhajian said that the English website of Irfan-ul-Quran could be read in different 54 styles. One added feature of the site is the inclusion of the recitation of the Holy Quran by the renowned Qaris. The facility of downloading MP3 files to listen to the audio recording of Urdu translation via mobile is also available.
Yet another chief characteristic of the website is that there is a facility of searching Arabic text, Roman text, Urdu and English translations. One verse is also posted on the website daily along with translation, which keeps changing. Three central links namely ‘studying the Holy Quran’, ‘Paras’ and ‘Verses’ are also available with the help of which the user can read the Holy Quran in whatever way he likes.
It should also be kept in mind that English translation of the Irfan-ul-Quran by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is undergoing the printing process, which would be available in published form in a few weeks.
Contact the following numbers for more information about published Irfanul-Quran:
(Extension: 253, 153)