The Quran will be translated into several local African languages

In this month of Ramadan, Muslims in Senegal and Guinea will be able to better understand the sacred texts of Islam through local languages.

The project of translation of the Koran into local languages ​​of believers aims to make this sacred book accessible to as many people as possible.

In Guinea, it is the result of joint work by the Islam House association (based in Saudi Arabia) and the Guinean Center for Studies and Translation (based in Conakry). It took four years of work and verification to translate the 114 suras of the Quran into Pulaar in order to allow more believers in Guinea to become familiar with the Quran.

In Senegal, where the majority of the population is Muslim and where Arabic is little spoken, there is already a tradition of teaching the Koran in the national languages.

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