Comprising a built-up area of 4,300 m2, the new building is composed of a basement, a ground floor, a mezzanine, and four typical floors. Ground floor facilities are devoted to key purpose of the new expansion, that is, extending sharia’-based fatwa to the public. Those accommodate two Islamic consultation offices specifically assigned to individuals seeking private advice from specialized Muslim scholars. Whilst waiting for admittance, visitors are hosted in a waiting lounge. Moreover, adults with children can always place their youngsters in a children’s playroom until their private session is concluded.
The remaining floors are dedicated to the institution’s various administrative activities. They introduce research and communication centers; a meeting room; a general archive; a fatwa heritage chamber; an archive for books
and publications; a books restoration and indexing room; a vast library; and training classes for Islamic scholars.
Other supplementary facilities crucial to the integrated functioning of the structure entail the grand mufti’s office; a 515 m2 prayer hall with separate quarters for both men and women; administrative offices (Islamic scholars; finance, legal, engineering, human resources, warehousing and procurement); a cafeteria; a basement car parking; an electromechanical room in all floors; and a drivers’ common room.
- Communications and security systems
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