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  • 11/14/2011

Iran holds intl. Islamic publishers confab

iran’s second international conference of islamic world publishers

More than a hundred publishers and researchers from forty one countries have participated in Iran’s second International Conference of Islamic World Publishers.

Participants discuss the problems that Islamic publishers face all over the world including economics of publishing, distribution system and the copyright issue, Press TV reports.

“Islamic countries have many things in common and the West is so hostile that leaves us no time to think about our possible differences”‌ Iran’s Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Muhammad Husseini told Press TV on Sunday.

“We should focus on major problems of the Islamic world and support each other in order to reach our goals,”‌ he added.

Promoting the Qur’an and its concepts, finding intellectual and cultural needs of the world and e-publishing are also among the topics discussed at the conference.

The second Conference of Islamic World Publishers, which kicked off on November 13, 2011 will end on November 14.

Source: presstv.ir

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