Saudi authorities confiscate 70 thousand ‘fake’ Quran copies
Authorities said all the forged copies were seized
Saudi authorities said they had foiled an attempt to distribute around 70,000 fake copies of the Quran during the season of Hajj, which kicks off Tuesday.
Authorities said all the forged copies were seized after stopping a vehicle that was carrying them.
The truck was reportedly stopped near Al Jamoom village, a gateway to the city of Makkah, where the main rituals of Hajj are performed.
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