King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran

King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran
مجمع الملك فهد لطباعة المصحف الشريف
Formation 1985
Purpose Printing of the Quran
Headquarters Medina
Coordinates Coordinates: 24°30′59″N 39°32′29″E / 24.51639°N 39.54139°E / 24.51639; 39.54139
Secretary General
Muhammad Salim Al Oufy
Saleh Al Sheikh

King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Qur'an (Arabic: مجمع الملك فهد لطباعة المصحف الشريف) is a printing plant located in Medina, Saudi Arabia that publishes the Qur'an in Arabic and other languages.

The company produces about 10 million copies a year. It has 1,700 employees. It has published 55 different translations of the Qur'an in 39 languages. Its website offers the Arabic Qur'an, recitations, textual search, translations, images of early Qur'an manuscripts,[1] and exegetic commentaries.[2] Since 1985, The Complex made over 128 million books of the Qur'an,[3] which is widely used by all sects of Islam. Original copy was written by calligrapher, Uthman Taha[3]


From 1985, its opening year, until 2007[4]

Type Amount
1 Holy Qur'an 127,420,423
2 Audio tapes 1,817,129
3 Translations 24,624,813
4 Parts of Qur'an 47,592,277
5 Prophet's traditions books 210,000
6 Others 4,668,941
Total 206,333,583

See also


  1. Official website
  2. Official website
  3. 1 2 , from
  4. , from official website
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