Muslim World League chief calls for ‘good faith’ with other cultures, religions
The Secretary-General of the Muslim World League, Sheikh Dr. Mohammed bin Abdul-Karim al-Issa, has called for the attention regarding Islamic discourse and the need to commit to good faith when talking with the different cultures and religious.
Al-Issa’s statement came during his acceptance of the Moderation Prize given to him in Jeddah by Mecca Governor Prince Khaled Alfaisal in appreciation of his international efforts in disseminating moderation.
“We all have the honor to be in the fold of moderation in the state that values justice and principles, and within the broad horizon that brings together everyone in accordance with the guidance of our wise Sharia. This includes the rational pace which represents the balance between what is in excess or negligent,” he said at the ceremony held at King Abdulaziz University.