Thanks to the donations entrusted to it, our project has acquired a capital whose investment in Islamic and ethical finance aims to generate a financial resource intended for the printing of the Holy Quran. Each year, we distribute many copies of the Holy book to Muslim communities who request them (162,552 copies printed and distributed per year). And each year, we also give our support to organizations that teach the Holy Quran. But why?
Dear readers, did you know that: The number of copies of the Holy Qur’an printed
worldwide does not reach 300 million The Muslim community is around two billion
Would you like to contribute to the access to
the Qur'an by the greatest number?
The parable of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is that of a
grain of corn: it grew seven years, and each year had a hundred grains. Allah gave
manifold increase to whom He pleased, and Allah cares for all, and He knows everything.
(Surah 2, verse 261). The parable of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is
that of a grain of corn: it grew seven years, and each year had a hundred grains. Allah
gave manifold increase to whom He pleased, and Allah cares for all, and He knows
everything. (Surah 2,verse 261)
During this period when the possibilities for international travel are reduced, Mercy Center, partner of Quranforsoul in Philippines, organize their events dedicated to the discovery of the Holy Quran. This was the case in September, in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
The Quranforsoul Foundation is invested with a noble mission; It is a matter of
responding to the demand of Muslim communities in all countries, faced with their needs for
the provision of the Holy Quran, and therefore to allow its discovery and learning. In this
globalized world which causes great inequalities and the retreat of spirituality, initiatives
allowing to get closer to the Divine Message are more necessary than ever.
The “WAQF” or “Habous” has been a pillar of the Islamic economy since the origin of Islam. WAQF is an Arabic term composed of two concepts: “Habous”, which refers to immobilization, the suspension of property rights, and “Tasbil”, which refers to reserving the use and benefits of an immobilized asset for charitable purposes.
The crisis of COVID-19 came on suddenly, abruptly interrupting human activity and
threatening the health of millions of us. This ordeal reminds us of our vulnerability and the
fragility of our existence, in the face of phenomena that are beyond our scope and know no
We are coming to the end of the holy month of Ramadan, during which Muslims around the
world come together in the same effort of piety, patience, temperance, sincerity, spiritual
strengthening, consolation and generosity. Reading the Holy Quran is one of the strongest
acts, whether in places of worship or individually. However, an immense number of families do
not have access to the Revealed Book.
While families around the world are gathered to cross the month of Ramadan in prayer, meditation, sharing and reading the Holy Quran, millions of Muslims do not have the same privilege. As surprising as it may seem in the 21st century, many Muslim communities do not have copies of the Holy Quran!
This year, the Quranforsoul team will meet the Muslim community in Kenya, which has 4.3 million people and constitutes 11.2% of the country's population. In this country, the needs are immense and we wish to help in providing the Holy Quran.