Usim develops Malaysia's first sign language Al-Quran application

NILAI: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (Usim) through its Faculty of Quran and Sunnah Studies has created the country's first Quran application to facilitate hearing-impaired individuals to read and discover the holy book.

Usim vice-chancellor Datuk Dr Mohamed Ridza Wahiddin (pic) said researchers from the faculty’s Ibnu Maktum Research Centre (Ummi) explored new knowledge to promote a balanced life among the disabled people founded on Maqasid Syariah (objectives of Islamic principles) and the Islamic approach.

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