Wednesday, 7 February 2018
Prime Minister of the State of the Vatican Cardinal Pietro Parolin received Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Issa, the president of the Muslim World League, in his office on Tuesday, the Saudi Press Agency reported. During the meeting, Parolin voiced the importance of the league’s positive efforts in serving Islamic communities. He also highlighted the significant meeting which Issa held last September with Pope Francis when they voiced their commitment to dialogue between Islam and Christianity ...
Saturday, 5 August 2017
In a first-of-its-kind meeting in Japan for representatives of faiths around the world, Secretary General of the Muslim World League Dr. Mohammad al-Issa on Friday said that Saudi Arabia welcomed positive and fruitful dialogue among various religious groups in the world. He called for peace and the broadening of horizons for peaceful coexistence. The Int'l Conference for Religious Leaders in Japan witnessed a large presence of representatives of the world's religions. Dr. Issa delivered a ...
Friday, 6 June 2014
Pope Francis issued invitations to Palestine’s Mahmoud Abbas and Israel’s Shimon Peres
Sunday, 2 February 2014
There should be a united effort to build a cohesive society that can overcome religious differences
Tuesday, 19 November 2013
The center is hosting a forum tackling how people hailing from different backgrounds are stereotyped
Thursday, 17 October 2013
For the first time, Saudi Arabia on Thursday has won a seat as a non-permanent member in the U.N. Security Council. Saudi Arabia has joined Chad, Chile, Lithuania and Nigeria who took seats in an election. The five new non-permanent members will be replacing Azerbaijan, Guatemala, Morocco, Pakistan and Togo on the 15-member council on January 1 and for the upcoming two years. All five countries stood unopposed in an election by the 193 member U.N. General Assembly. While international envoys ...
Sunday, 13 October 2013
As part of an outreach program to build people-to-people relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia, the board members of the Committee for International Trade (CIT) met with American religious leaders of the Los Angeles community to discuss interfaith relations and some of the initiatives that are making a difference. The Saudi and American members had a frank and in-depth discussion about sensitive and critical issues that have been the source of religious conflicts between Islam and ...