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Mohammed VI Foundation for African Ulema


Islamabad—On the occasion of the inauguration ceremony of the Higher Council of the Mohammed VI Foundation for African Ulema King Mohammed VI underlined that his initiative of creating such institution “has nothing to do with transient circumstances or narrow, passing interests”. It is rather in line with an “integrated policy to promote constructive cooperation and respond to the requests from a number of sister African nations in the religious domain.”considers “The Mohammed VI Foundation for African Ulema as an institution for cooperation, for the exchange of experiences and for the Ulema to make concerted efforts to fulfil their duty and a spotlight on the true image of the Islamic faith as well as on its open-minded values, which are based on moderation, tolerance and coexistence. The aim is to make sure that those values help us promote security, stability and development in Africa.”

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