The Koran is traditionally put on a book rest (رِحال) with the iconic x-shape. This means the reciting or studying person is kneeling or sitting on the floor. Finding this object on a supermarket shelf in one of the few pre-war shopping malls of Damascus was surprising, since religious items were not on sale in supermarkets usually but rather in special stores or in the traditional markets.
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- Date : 15/03/2018