Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Al-Azhar’s Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb that Muslims count on Islamic institutes in the upcoming period to encounter terrorism.
Egypt’s Al-Azhar is Sunni Islam’s most revered institution.
The conversation took place when Sheikh Al-Tayeb called the Crown Prince to denounce Friday’s terrorist attempt to attack Mecca’s Grand Mosque area.
The Crown Prince stressed Al-Azhar’s important role in showing what real Islam is especially amid what the Muslim world is currently experiencing, hailing the sheikh’s efforts in encountering radical ideologies.
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