News Update

26
Nov

The Charter of Makkah states that schools are an essential tool for shaping the future. The MWL provides education for over 50,000 orphaned children worldwide.

25
Nov

The Musalman is a handwritten newspaper which was first published in 1927 by Syed Azmathulla who then felt that there was no voice that represented the Muslims in South India. It is possibly the only surviving handwritten newspaper in the world.

25
Nov

We are all obligated to protect the future of this planet from waste and destruction. The Charter of Makkah calls us to come together on an international scale and regulate pollution to prevent climate change.

25
Nov

Did You Know that the Cambridge Central Mosque is Europe's first eco-friendly mosque? It was constructed with an emphasis on sustainability and a reliance on green energy.

25
Nov

Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor was the first Malaysian astronaut sent into space when he launched to the International Space Station in October 2007. The discoveries from his experiments in space influenced general science & medical research, as well as local Malaysian industries.

25
Nov

The Charter of Makkah states that cultural conflict is caused by misunderstanding and ignorance. The MWL condemns racism in all forms and is working to build a community based on peaceful coexistence.

25
Nov

From the 8th century onwards, Muslim scholars penned countless books and manuscripts covering every field of knowledge. They were housed in several libraries across the Muslim lands which allowed learning to flourish and contributed to the Islamic Golden Age.

19
Nov

The latest issue of the Muslim World League Journal is live! The issue highlights the contributions to humankind by Muslim scientists, scholars and rulers from the earliest days of our faith up to now. Read the issue here: https://bit.ly/3Ct2M7a

13
Nov

One of the world’s most vocal advocates of female empowerment, Princess Reema Bandar Al Saud described the growing role of Muslim women as an “evolution, not revolution.” She became Saudi Arabia’s first female envoy in 2019 when she was appointed KSA's Ambassador to the US.

08
Nov

Muslim women have joined together to create a greater understanding and cultural acceptance around the practice of covering. Nazma Khan created World Hijab Day in recognition of millions of Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab and live a life of public modesty.

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