An insight into the Islamic religion will be provided at the Millicent Gallery on Tuesday when the Holy Quran exhibition goes on show for one day only.
The exhibition will run from 11am until 2pm and will be followed by an hour-long presentation and question-and-answer session.
Arranged by the Adelaide-based Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, attendees can learn more about the unique holy scripture and hear firsthand about the religion of Islam.
This community believes in the true and peaceful teachings of Islam and promotes peace, love and interfaith harmony among all the faith groups.
This Holy Quran exhibition is part of its special campaign of regional town visits to promote peace, build bridges and break barriers.
The Regional Missionary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community South Australia, Imam Atif Ahmed Zahid has endorsed the travelling exhibition.
“This is a unique opportunity for the community of Millicent to meet and interact with the Muslim community and to learn first-hand about the religion of Islam and to remove any misconception,” he said.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a very peaceful, law abiding, nonviolent and loving community.
Founded in 1889, the community spans more than 200 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions.
It is the leading Islamic organisation to categorically reject terrorism in any form.
Today, it continues to be an advocate for universal human rights and protection of religious and other minorities.
It champions the empowerment and education of women.
Its members are among the most law-abiding, educated and engaged Muslims in the world.