Following the official inauguration of the Exhibition and Museum of the Prophet’s Biography and Islamic Civilization at ICESCO Headquarters in Rabat, under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco, may Allah preserve him, and with the presence of HRH Prince Moulay Al-Hassan, Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Morocco, the Exhibition is open to visitors, free of cost, starting from Monday, November 18, 2022, every day from 10:00 a.m to 05:00 p.m.
A specialized team will organize the public’s visits to the Exhibition at ICESCO, which is the fruit of the strategic partnership among ICESCO, the Muslim World League (MWL) and the Mohammadia League of Scholars. The team will provide detailed presentations of the different pavilions and sections.
The Exhibition and the Museum contain three main components. The first component is the Exhibition and Museum of the Prophet’s Biography and Islamic Civilization, which is supervised by the MWL and contains several sections, notably, the Section of the Prophet, peace be upon him, as if you see him, the Section of the Treasures of the Sunnah and Arabic Calligraphy, the Section of the Prophet, peace be upon him, as if you are with him. It also contains the section on the position of Al Al-Bayt and their virtue, section on publications, artifacts and gifts, a screening room for films on the Prophet’s Seerah, a section on “Aadham Munir,” which features a simulation of the Prophet’s rostrum, which is an identical replica made from the same type of wood. The section also includes models of the Kaaba, Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Al-Madinah Al-Munawarra as they were in the era of the Prophet, peace be upon him.
The second component is a Panorama of the Prophet’s Chamber in the First Age,” which displays, for the first time in history, using 3D imaging and virtual reality, the daily life of the Prophet PBUH in his honorable chamber and presents an accurate depiction of the chamber’s contents and an overview of its history through creative films using modern 3D video techniques and effects.
The third component consists of an “Exhibition on the attachment of Moroccans to the Noble Prophet, a symbol of love and loyalty,” which is supervised by the Mohammadia League of Scholars in the Kingdom of Morocco. This exhibition displays treasures that include historical manuscripts, rare paintings and coins, models of Moroccan architecture, decorations and inscriptions, and traditional tools.