The Japanese Association and Four Scientists will Receive the King Faisal Prize in 2024.

The Japanese Association and Four Scientists will Receive the King Faisal Prize in 2024.

Riyadh: On Monday, this year’s King Faisal Prize recipients were presented with their prizes during a lavish ceremony held in Riyadh.

Governor of Riyadh Prince Faisal bin Bandar attended the event, which was organized under the patronage of King Salman, and presented the 46th edition of the King Faisal International Award to the winners. The most esteemed occasion in the Muslim world honors exceptional contributions to Islamic studies, Arabic language and literature, medicine, science, and other fields.

“This award carries a prestigious name in a great country… to honor science and scientists from various corners of the world who have contributed to presenting scientific research and inventions that have advanced mankind and served mankind,” stated Prince Turki Al-Faisal, founder, trustee, and chairman of the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies.

“This prize has garnered appreciation from universities and scientific centers in various parts of the world, as it is primarily awarded for scientific achievement without taking into account any geographical, racial, religious, or sectarian considerations,” Prince Turki continued. The service to Islam prize was awarded to the Japan Muslim Association for its care for the affairs of Muslims in Japan and interest in Muslim youth through education.

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