In statements to MENA Thursday Nagm, who also doubles as Secretary-General of the General Secretariat for Fatwa Authorities Worldwide said, Dar al-Iftaa designed a ready to-go van, equipped with material prepared by the foundation's media production unit, to tour different places and show video lectures and contents advocating true principles of Islam.

"A number of scholars accompanied by technically trained staff will be in charge of showing the content to the attendees, lecturing them and answering their questions," he added.

The content will include audio-visual footage graphics, animation, motion graphic designs expounding the foundation's role, providing details on its activities, efforts and mission in providing Fatwas (religious edicts) and shunning extreme thoughts and nefarious allegations, Nagm said.

Due to the current situation, the idea of the fair could be also be applied via the internet and social media websites, taking in consideration participation and active participative on the part of youths and other age categories, he added.