Prince Naif inaugurates World Islamic Conference for the 50th anniversary of Muslim World League
Published 31 Jul 2010
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Makkah, e-Media: On behalf of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz, Prince Naif Bin Abdulaziz, the Second deputy to Premiere Minister of Interior, inaugurates the World Islamic Conference of the Muslim World League “MSL” in Makkah for its 50th anniversary. The “MSL” Secretary General Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdulmohsen Al-Turki, expressed his regards to the Monarch for patronizing such a conference and for his keen interest on the MSL’s activities. He also expressed his regards to the Crown Prince and the second Premiere for supporting the League and its branches. He confirmed that League’s distinction under the leadership of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz after it has been opened on the international societies communicating with leaders all over the world. He threw light on the Monarch’s keen interest on dialogue with others through conferences held in Makkah, Madrid and Geneva. The Secretariat General pointed out that the Muslim world League has aimed through this conference to illustrated the continuous interest and support of the Kingdom’s government in enhancing its Islamic message. Such a conference will illustrate the 50 years of achievements which included reinforced cooperation with other societies and personalities all over the Islamic World, he said. Invitations were sent to Ulema and high officials from Islamic organizations and centers all over the world to participate in the conference. In addition, a complementary program has been organized where the conference will discuss 7 perspectives throwing light on the League’s march, illustrating its branches, pointing out its vital role in enhancing relations with other Islamic Organizations in addition to inspiring the future of the League and its role in developing Muslim societies.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 3:20 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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