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The Muslim World League has called on the international community to uphold its responsibilities and take practical steps to implement “the Cairo Declaration on Libya”, which aims to establish a ceasefire, find a political solution to the Libyan crisis, and preserve Libya’s territorial integrity.
His Excellency Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, Grand Mufti of Egypt and Head of the General Secretariat for Fatwa Authorities Worldwide, left to Geneva to participate in the activities of the conference: "Protecting the Youth from extremist and violent Ideologies". The conference will be held throughout the...
The Secretariat General of the Muslim World League, Dr. Shaykh Muḥammad bin ʿAbd al-Karīm al- ʿĪssā, held a historic summit with Patriarch Kirill the First, Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia, at the Russian Orthodox Church in Moscow.  The summit is considered to be one of the most important...
The General Secretariat of the Muslim World League will hold an interfaith dialogue that will focus on defining the concept of dialogue in the Qur’ān and the Sunnah. The conference is an attempt to make interfaith dialogue an alternative to the calls for a clashing of civilizations.
The author discusses a seminar organized by the Association of Islamic Universities where he examines different opinion of some literates regarding Arab-West relations.
Angry reactions in Arab and Islamic countries continued over the desecration of the Qur’ān by US soldiers in the prison of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as new evidence disclosed slackness by the US administration to follow up the case that dates to one year back.
Prime Minister Atef Ebeid inaugurated the 14th General Islamic Conference. It was organized by the Ministry of Waqf in coordination with the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs. It was titled ?The Reality of Islām in a Changeable World.?
The dialogue between civilizations requires that all parties be aware of its importance. There should be respect for the other and tolerance of differences.
The 18th conference of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs opened Thursday with a keynote speech by Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmad Nazīf on behalf of President Mubārak, highlighting the role of Muslim scholars and intellectuals in the renaissance of the Muslim nation.
The Islamic World Union renewed its condemnation of the terrorist operations which the world witnessed in the last few years. The union issued a statement about its activities in combating terrorism, in commemoration of the September 11 attacks.


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