Source : Agencies | 20 Nov 2013
Turkish President Abdullah Gul called on Muslim countries to fight against Islamophobia during his address on Tuesday at the 29th session of the COMCEC held in Istanbul.
"Islamophobia remains a critical problem, which instigates unsubstantial prejudices against our region and Muslims. Terror plays a role in the persistence of such problems. We have to combat any form of deviation playing into the hands of people who equate terrorism with Islam, the religion of love, tolerance and conciliation," Gul said during his inaugural address.
Source : Agencies | 25 Jul 2013
Appealing for solidarity during the holy fasting month, the world's largest Muslim organization has urged warring parties in the Muslim world to halt infighting during Ramadan.
Source : islam.ru | 22 May 2013
In his interview, Viacheslav Matuzov, the President of the Society of Friendship and Business Partnership with the Arab Countries, answers the complex question about the reasons of disunity of the Arab-Islamic world and the obstacles on the way of unification.
By P.K. Abdul Ghafour | KL | 06 Oct 2012
Muslims have all the potential to engage in dialogue with other faith communities and they should do it effectively in order to bring about communal harmony and strengthen global peace and stability, said Professor Zaleha Kamaruddin, rector of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM).
Source : Arab News | 23 Aug 2012
Prominent Muslim organizations and individuals have welcomed Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah’s call to establish a center in Riyadh to promote dialogue between various religious sects and said the move would strengthen Muslim unity.
Several leaders and intellectuals across the world have applauded the king’s proposal, which he made while inaugurating the emergency Islamic Solidarity Summit in Makkah on Aug. 14, 2012.
By Siraj Wahab | Arab News | 16 Aug 2012
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah's call at the Makkah Solidarity Summit early yesterday for the creation of a center to promote harmony between the different sects of Islam has received wide support.
Source : Sharif M. Taha | Arab News | Riyadh | 25 May 2012
Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Abdulatif Al-Zayyani said yesterday that Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah’s proposal to move the GCC from a cooperation to a union would soon become reality.
Al-Zayyani, speaking on the 31st anniversary of the founding of the GCC, extended congratulations to the leaders of the member states on the occasion. The GCC was announced in Abu Dhabi on May 25, 1981.
Source : Agencies | 14 May 2012
Saudi Arabia and Bahrain will weigh closer political union at a summit of Gulf Arab leaders on Monday aimed at pooling efforts to neutralise Shi'ite Muslim protests in the region that they believe is instigated by Iran.
Iran denies that it is behind unrest among Shi'ites in oil-producing, Sunni Muslim-led monarchies across the Gulf. But after popular uprisings elsewhere in the Arab world over the past year, U.S.-allied Gulf Arab leaders are increasingly concerned that an uprising in Bahrain could bring a Gulf Arab nation under Iranian sway.
Source : Bernama / Kuala Lumpur / 23 Nov 2011
The government believes that although the ideology of Muhammad Abdul Wahab (Wahabi) does not deviate from Islam, it is not suitable to be practised in Malaysia for fear that it will result in disunity among the Muslims, the Dewan Rakyat was told Wednesday.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom said the government viewed seriously the confusion and disputes arising from the issue, but added that it was still under control.
By Muhammadrasul Saaduev : Imam of Central Jum`ah Mosque | Makhachkala | 26 Aug 2011
The Fight Against Islam Dates Back to the Beginning of the Prophetic Mission of Muhammad (PBUH).
The Islamic community throughout the world faces challenges, increasing daily and taking various shapes. They can be an economic blockade, an intervention into the ideology of Muslims, and many other problems, which can take very long to discuss.