The outcomes of the Islamic Conference reflect the role of Saudi Arabia in reconciliation between the parties

The Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, praised the outcomes of the Islamic Conference, which was held in the ancient House of God in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, under the umbrella of the Muslim World League, and under the auspices of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which concluded with the signing of the historic declaration by senior scholars in the Republics of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Peace in Afghanistan.

Al-Othaimeen pointed out that this historic announcement reflects the great efforts made by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – the President of the Islamic Summit – and its leading role in reconciliations between the parties in the Islamic countries, stressing that the success of the successful effort made by the Muslim World League today in this direction confirms the leadership of the Kingdom Its keenness to support negotiations between the warring factions and to renounce all acts of violence and extremism in all its forms and manifestations

The Secretary-General valued the efforts of the Association, led by His Excellency the Secretary-General, Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa, which led to reaching the historic declaration and agreement on finding a final and comprehensive solution to the Afghan conflict, by reaching common ground between the conflicting parties, which paves the way to Stop the bloodshed and lead the Afghan people to the process of peace, reconciliation, stability, progress and prosperity.

Al-Othaimeen also praised the spirit of brotherhood that prevailed in the conference between the scholars of Islam in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, who have the decisive legitimate influence on all parties, and thus the power of reason triumphs over violence, extremism and extremism.

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