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He said it aims to serve humanity by engaging religious and community leaders

The Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. Yusuf bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, confirmed that the G20 Religious Values ​​Forum on the Covid-19 epidemic, which was held virtually in Riyadh today. It is considered one of the noble global endeavors that aim to serve humanity by involving religious and community leaders in global public policy-making.

He pointed to the importance of the effective participation of religious leaders in crystallizing renewed concepts and values ​​of coexistence, sustainable development, and peaceful and positive coexistence between cultures, religions and civilizations.

The Secretary-General appreciated the important and pioneering role played by the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Twentieth Summit, offering congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Twentieth Summit, President of the Islamic Summit, and His Highness Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz for their honorable efforts to mobilize cooperation Stimulating the global economy, and uniting international efforts to confront COVID-19, to serve humanity in these difficult and exceptional circumstances.
Al-Othaimeen stressed the OIC’s assertion that the global challenges resulting from the Covid-19 epidemic illustrate the necessity for religious leaders and belief organizations to contribute to converging views between different societies and triumphing the values ​​of tolerance, solidarity and moderation.

The Secretary-General stated that the organization hastened to assume its responsibilities to support the national efforts of member states, coordinate among them, and contribute to regional and international initiatives and endeavors aimed at addressing the negative effects of the pandemic and enabling the most vulnerable countries with means of resilience and recovery.

He added that, in the context of involving religious leaders in efforts to confront the Covid-19 epidemic, the International Islamic Fiqh Academy held, in April 2020, a jurisprudential and medical symposium with the participation of prominent Muslim scholars and medical experts to discuss the spread of this pandemic and its effects from the religious and medical point of view, which came out with important recommendations especially regarding It is related to the legal provisions related to how to deal with the epidemic, raising awareness of its seriousness, and explaining the licenses and necessities called for by studies in the jurisprudence of calamities.

Al-Uthaimin: Saudi Arabia leads the G20 summit to unify international efforts in the interest of humanity
Abdullah Al-Rajhi
Previously
2020-10-13

The Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. Yusuf bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, confirmed that the G20 Religious Values ​​Forum on the Covid-19 epidemic, which was held virtually in Riyadh today. It is considered one of the noble global endeavors that aim to serve humanity by involving religious and community leaders in global public policy making.

He pointed to the importance of the effective participation of religious leaders in crystallizing renewed concepts and values ​​of coexistence, sustainable development and peaceful and positive coexistence between cultures, religions and civilizations.

The Secretary-General appreciated the important and pioneering role played by the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Twentieth Summit, offering congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Twentieth Summit, President of the Islamic Summit, and His Highness Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz for their honorable efforts to mobilize cooperation Stimulating the global economy, and uniting international efforts to confront COVID-19, to serve humanity in these difficult and exceptional circumstances.
Al-Othaimeen stressed the OIC’s assertion that the global challenges resulting from the Covid-19 epidemic illustrate the necessity for religious leaders and belief organizations to contribute to converging views between different societies and triumphing the values ​​of tolerance, solidarity and moderation.

The Secretary-General stated that the organization hastened to assume its responsibilities to support the national efforts of member states, coordinate among them, and contribute to regional and international initiatives and endeavors aimed at addressing the negative effects of the pandemic and enabling the most vulnerable countries with means of resilience and recovery.

He added that, in the context of engaging religious leaders in efforts to confront the Covid-19 epidemic, the International Islamic Fiqh Academy held, in April 2020, a jurisprudential and medical symposium with the participation of prominent Muslim scholars and medical experts to discuss the spread of this pandemic and its effects from the religious and medical point of view. It is related to the legal provisions related to how to deal with the epidemic, raising awareness of its danger, and explaining the licenses and necessities called for by studies in the jurisprudence of calamities.

October 13, 2020 – Safar 26, 1442

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He said it aims to serve humanity by engaging religious and community leaders

The Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. It is considered one of the noble global endeavors that aim to serve humanity by involving religious and community leaders in global public policy-making.

He pointed to the importance of the effective participation of religious leaders in crystallizing renewed concepts and values ​​of coexistence, sustainable development and peaceful and positive coexistence between cultures, religions and civilizations.

The Secretary-General appreciated the important and pioneering role played by the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Twentieth Summit, offering congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Twentieth Summit, President of the Islamic Summit, and His Highness Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz for their honorable efforts to mobilize cooperation Stimulating the global economy, and uniting international efforts to confront COVID-19, to serve humanity in these difficult and exceptional circumstances.
Al-Othaimeen stressed the OIC’s assertion that the global challenges resulting from the Covid-19 epidemic illustrate the necessity for religious leaders and belief organizations to contribute to converging views between different societies and triumphing the values ​​of tolerance, solidarity and moderation.

The Secretary-General stated that the organization hastened to assume its responsibilities to support the national efforts of member states, coordinate among them, and contribute to regional and international initiatives and endeavors aimed at addressing the negative effects of the pandemic and enabling the most vulnerable countries with means of resilience and recovery.

He added that, in the context of engaging religious leaders in efforts to confront the Covid-19 epidemic, the International Islamic Fiqh Academy held, in April 2020, a jurisprudential and medical symposium with the participation of prominent Muslim scholars and medical experts to discuss the spread of this pandemic and its effects from the religious and medical point of view. It is related to the legal provisions related to how to deal with the epidemic, raising awareness of its danger, and explaining the licenses and necessities called for by studies in the jurisprudence of calamities.

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