Al-Issa from Cambridge University: We Seek to Promote Peace in the World

Dr. Mohammad Al-Issa at the Woolf Institute of the University of Cambridge, Britain (SPA)
Dr. Mohammad Al-Issa at the Woolf Institute of the University of Cambridge, Britain (SPA)
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Al-Issa from Cambridge University: We Seek to Promote Peace in the World

Dr. Mohammad Al-Issa at the Woolf Institute of the University of Cambridge, Britain (SPA)
Dr. Mohammad Al-Issa at the Woolf Institute of the University of Cambridge, Britain (SPA)

The Secretary-General of the Muslim World League (MWL) and Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa, said that the League does not engage in politics, but rather seeks to promote peace in the world and harmony between societies, through initiatives and programs of tangible impact.

During a meeting at the British Woolf Institute on Sunday, Al-Issa referred to the provisions of the Makkah Document, specifically the need to understand difference and diversity, and how to deal with universal inevitability. He also talked about the problems of immigration, climate change, hate speech, as well as the legitimate empowerment of women in Islam, and means to enhance awareness among Muslim and non-Muslim youth regarding the teachings of Islam.

Al-Issa highlighted the league’s efforts in these areas, adding that the organization engages in dialogue with those who want to hear the truth and understand Islamic values from different perspectives around the world.

He reiterated that the league is not a political organization, adding that any message that it conveys on political affairs is based on the values ​​of the Islamic religion that call for justice and peace.

Al-Issa pointed to the league’s initiative, which was welcomed by the United Nations Secretariat, on building bridges of understanding and peace between the East and the West.



Saudi Not Involved in Targeting Hodeidah in Yemen, Says Ministry of Defense

Saudi Flag / File/Reuters
Saudi Flag / File/Reuters
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Saudi Not Involved in Targeting Hodeidah in Yemen, Says Ministry of Defense

Saudi Flag / File/Reuters
Saudi Flag / File/Reuters

Saudi Arabia is not linked to or participating in targeting Hodeidah in Yemen, Ministry of Defense spokesperson Turki al-Malki said on Sunday.

Saudi Arabia will not allow its airspace to be infiltrated by any party, he added.