The number of visitors to the International Exhibition and Museum of the Prophet’s Seerah and Islamic Civilization, currently held at the headquarters of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) in the Moroccan capital, Rabat, has exceeded half a million visitors in just two months since it opened to the public on November 28, 2022.
Under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may God assist him, the exhibition is witnessing an increasing interest, as its halls are crowded with visitors from all age groups from different Moroccan cities and residents and guests of the Kingdom. It has become a destination for those who are keen on knowing more details about the Seerah of the honorable Prophet, through the various pavilions and sections of the exhibition, which presents the biography using the latest modern display technologies narrating and documenting in detail the biography of our Messenger (PBUH), and virtually transporting the visitor back to the Prophet’s era.
ICESCO’s headquarters hosting the International Exhibition and Museum of the Prophet’s Seerah and Islamic Civilization is the fruit of the strategic partnership between ICESCO, the Muslim World League (MWL) and Morocco’s Mohammadia League of Scholars, It is the first of its kind outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as part of its mission to show the civilizational aspects of the Prophet’s biography, the moderation of Islam, and the fight against extremist ideology, based on the Quran and the Prophet’s Sunnah (PBUH) and through using the latest technologies and artificial intelligence.
Many visitors expressed their great admiration for the exhibition, as it includes a detailed simulation of the life of the Prophet (PBUH), using the latest technologies and augmented reality, indicating that the visit is a virtual spiritual journey through time to discover the features of the biography in a simplified way.
The International Exhibition and Museum of the Prophet’s Seerah and Islamic Civilization at ICESCO headquarters is open to the general public for free, from 10 am to 5 pm, all days of the week, except for Monday.