The Director General of Cultural Heritage Museums expressed:
the Muslim community will flourish-like 4th
century- by creating communal discourse.
According to the news headquarters of Islamic cultural capital-Mashhad 2017, Mohammad Reza Kargar stated on the inauguration of the exhibition 'Iranian Art and Civilization in 14 Centuries of Islamic Era': While Islam has been formed in a simple land, it was able to create a great civilization by entering civilized countries, such as Iran.
He also added: seven thousand years of Iranian civilization came to help the Islamic civilization and was able to present one of the greatest concepts of Islamic civilization applying the spirit of Islam.
According to Kargar, height of civilization Islamic world was during the 4th Hijri century since Islam was able to create a single language and Islamic relations among all the civilized countries of that era. He also affirmed: today, there needs to be a mutual language among all the Islamic nations in order to make another advancement in the Islamic civilization. The presence of our dear guests in this ceremony usher this notion.
Director General of Cultural Heritage Museums marked: it was very hard to choose from a great number of objects belonging to the Islamic period in our museums. However, it was attempted to present this exhibition as an appropriate representative of 14 centuries of Islamic civilization in Iran.
According to Kargar, this exhibition shows how the Islamic beliefs are an inseparable part of Iranian community. He also stated: there has always been reciprocal services between Iran and Islam.
Kargar also added: some of the most important creators of this great civilization are scientific figures, engineers and architects, painters, calligraphers and philosophers.
The Director General of Cultural Heritage Museums pointed out: this exhibition convers many subjects (except for architecture) and displays numerous art works. However, it should be mentioned that only the transferable historical objects are present in this exhibition.