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07
Mar

From the International Conference on Initiatives for Protecting Youth from Extremist Ideologies UNG eneva leaders agreed that religious leaders should establish programs organizing interfaith & intercultural partnerships to promote diversity & enhance integration. MWL in Geneva

07
Mar

With a narrative to address reason & reality beyond emotion, religious & intellectual institutions must address the ideologies of extremism & terrorism, recognize developing threats, & call for the criminalization of cyber-terrorism. MWL in Geneva HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa

06
Mar

HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa on FRANCE24 "Political Islam has no place in France or elsewere."  MWL in France

04
Mar

In Jakarta, HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University.

03
Mar

Meeting with Southeast Asian Youth, HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa shares important recommendations to enhance the role of young people in representing the tolerance and peace inherent in Islam.

03
Mar

Extremism is the number one global threat to humanity. Many of the Muslim World League's activities today address the root causes of terrorism and its consequences, especially among young people. HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa

03
Mar

HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa met with Southeast Asian Youth in Jakarta. In the group's first meeting, the focus was on how young people can be ambassadors for positive interreligious dialogue and peace.

02
Mar

In Jakarta last week, HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa met with the President of Indonesia to discuss the activities of the Muslim World League.

02
Mar

HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa was welcomed by the People's Consultative Assembly of Indonesia to speak before its members.

29
Feb

Religious leaders should promote dialogue and partnership for religious & ethnic harmony among youth  - this was one of the key outcomes of last week's conference UN Geneva

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About MWL

The Muslim World League is an international non-governmental Islamic organization based in the Holy City of Makkah.