Muslim World League
The Ethiopian government and the Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council (EIASC) appreciated this historic project.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed received Secretary General of the Muslim World League (MWL), Chairman of the Association of the Muslim Scholars, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Issa in Addis Ababa.
The Muslim World League (MWL) has condemned - in a strongly worded statement - the crime of burning a copy of the Holy Quran, by extremists in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, in a shamefully repeated act that aims to provoke the feelings of Muslims.
For his part, President of the United Nations General Assembly, Mr. Csaba Kőrösi, appreciated the MWL and Mohammed Al-Issa for their valuable and remarkable efforts, saying: “A common factor among all religious organizations and associations is their wonderful ability to positively influence different social circles. There is a dire need for these organizations and associations in many areas of the world that are suffering."
During the meeting, a number of issues of common interest were discussed, especially bilateral cooperation in the field of supporting the programs of civilizational alliance among nations and peoples, the statement added.
The meeting reflects the great appreciation for the influential international movement undertaken by the Muslim World League in promoting the bonds of effective dialogue, transparent and optimal understanding, and positive cooperation between followers of religions and cultures.
Within the framework of Dr. Al-Issa's visit to the United Kingdom, His Excellency accepted an official invitation to deliver a lecture at the Defense Academy of the United Kingdom, in the presence of a group of military commanders from the British army and international forces.
In his first official hosting of an Islamic figure at Buckingham Palace after ascending the throne of Britain, His Majesty King Charles III received H.E. the Secretary General of The Muslim World League, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Issa.
The meeting discussed the Makkah Declaration and its prominent universal impact on the relations among religions and cultures.
H.E the Secretary General of the Muslim World League (MWL) and Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Muhammad Al-Issa, received H.E. the chairman of the Supreme Council for Media Regulation in Egypt, Mr. Karam Jabr accompanied by a high-ranking delegation comprising the Egyptian Media leadership in the press and Satellite Channels domains.
The meeting also emphasized the importance of the fatwa issued by the International Islamic Fiqh Academy, of the Muslim World League, permitting the payment of zakat to refugees through UNHCR.
Secretary General of the Muslim World League, Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, received, at the MWL’s sub-headquarters in Riyadh, a high-ranking Malaysian delegation, headed by His Excellency the Malaysian minister of foreign affairs, Zambari Abdul Qadir.
Al-Issa: The documentary scientific presence of the league at the Clock Tower goes in line with the Kingdom's vision, as regards enriching the faith motive of the pilgrim, Umrah performer and visitor.
In honor of the Muslim World League, the activities of the Pakistan International Conference on Islamophobia and its Impact on Relations between Islamic and Western Civilizations, hosted by the International Islamic University, kicked off in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.
Pakistan President awards Secretary General of MWL “Crescent of Excellence” the highest in the country in appreciation of his efforts in spreading the message of peace in the name of Islam and combating “Islamophobia”:
The project was funded by the MWL and implemented in cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Malaysian Prime Minister: Choosing Malaysia to host the conference is a confirmation of our country's centrality in the region as a country of harmonious and homogenous diversity
Activities of the forum, hosted by Geneva, were launched under the theme: "Cooperation among International Organizations in the Humanitarian Fields".
Muslim World League’s Secretary General Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa condemned the treacherous attack, affirming the urgent need to continue the global efforts to eradicate terrorism and extremist thought.
The terror attack was launched Saturday against a water lifting plant on the eastern bank of the Suez Canal in Sinai, killing 11 military men and injuring five.