MWL chief calls for immediate international action to stop Gaza tragedy

Saudi Gazette report

LONDON — The Secretary-General of the Muslim World League (MWL) and Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa, called for an immediate international action to stop the Gaza tragedy.

He urged the international community to act with a good conscience and historical responsibility to end the horrific and ongoing mass killings.

This appeal came during an in-depth dialogue in two separate sessions at the prestigious Policy Exchange research center in London.

Al-Issa emphasized the importance of effective and fruitful dialogue among diverse human communities for a more understanding, cooperative, and peaceful world.

He highlighted the necessity of recognizing and respecting religious and cultural differences while addressing the dangers of hate speech, including Islamophobia.

He also discussed the tendency toward hatred, reviewing methods to address it and proposing solutions to the conflict between religious convictions and the authority of the law.

Al-Issa pointed to the civilizational values in the “Charter of Makkah” and the project to train imams on these principles.

Praising the role of the British Islamic community, Al-Issa noted their contributions to the development, stability, and prosperity of their country. He stressed that extremism represents itself and does not reflect the broader religion, culture, or ethnicity it claims to represent, as evidenced by its rejection by moderate elements within those identities.

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