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    ICESCO Director General receives President of African Ulema Forum

    11 March 2020

    Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), at the Organization’s headquarters in Rabat, received Sheikh Mohamed El Hafed Enahoui, President of the African Ulema Forum and  President of the Islamic Cultural Gathering in Mauritania and West Africa.

    At the outset of the meeting, Sheikh Enahoui congratulated Dr. AlMalik on the Organization’s new vision which makes ICESCO a beacon of civilizational outreach for Muslim countries, and on its openness to all world countries in such a way as to serve Muslim communities in these countries and present the true image of the Islamic civilization which advocates peace, coexistence and tolerance.

    Talks also focused on ICESCO’s initiatives and endeavour to contribute to countering social and humanitarian challenges facing peoples of the Islamic world, such as offering a US$ 200,000 in prize money to anyone who discovers an effective cure or develops a vaccine against Coronavirus (COVID-19); calling upon Member States to counter the danger of the spread of the Coronavirus and ensure the use of the teaching alternatives available in each country in the event the educational institutions were to be closed temporarily; and reaffirming ICESCO’s full support to Member States’ efforts so as to ensure the sustainability of the right to education and the regularity of the educational process in the best appropriate conditions.       

    Sheikh Enahoui extended an invitation to Dr. AlMalik to attend the upcoming session of the Conference on the Biography of the Prophet (As-Seerah An-nabawiyyah), to be organized by the Islamic Cultural Gathering in Mauritania and West Africa.

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