Annual Hajj conference of Muslim World League: Islamic civilization combines wealth, openness, discipline

Annual Hajj conference of Muslim World League: Islamic civilization combines wealth, openness, discipline

The annual Hajj conference of the Muslim World League has recommended extending bridges of communication and civilizational dialogue that respect human existence, history and culture without bias and show that Islamic civilization is a comprehensive and integrated civilization, combining material masterpieces, faith meanings and moral practices.

Participants in the conference urged all Muslims to enrich human civilization with a unique experience of the civilizational contributions that humanity needs in solving its moral, social and environmental crises, to return to cultural renewal and achieve moral distinction.

The participants stressed the importance of developing an Islamic discourse that is characterized by moderation and balance.

The participants recommended to use all social media to show the efforts of the Islamic civilization in building sincere relations with others.

The participants in the annual Hajj conference expressed their thanks to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and to His Royal Highness the Crown Prince for their efforts in serving the Islamic Ummah (nation) and its issues, for their great attention to the Two Holy Mosques and the holy sites and for their distinguished and integrated initiatives to serve the pilgrims.

The conference began with a speech by the Grand Mufti of the Kingdom, Chairman of the Council of Senior Muslim Scholars (ulema) and Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Muslim World League, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Sheikh

The conference included speeches by Secretary General of Muslim World League Sheikh Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Essa, Egyptian Minister of Awqaf Dr. Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa and Director of International Institute of Islamic Civilization at the University of Zaytouna in Tunisia Dr. Abdullatif Bouazizi.