The Muslim World League will stand “shoulder to shoulder” with Jews to build interreligious harmony, said its Secretary-General Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa, who received an award for his efforts to combat anti-Semitism while attending a virtual conference from Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on Tuesday.
The #MuslimWorldLeague stands in solidarity with our Jewish brothers and sisters to combat anti-Semitism and foster understanding, respect & love. @AmericanSephard @CombatASemitism pic.twitter.com/lLx1R2vueA— Muslim World League (@MWLOrg_en) June 10, 2020
HE Dr. #MohammadAlissa is honored to accept the first-ever Combat Anti-Semitism Award for his contributions towards countering extremism & combating anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and all forms of religious hatred. @CombatASemitism @AmericanSephard— Muslim World League (@MWLOrg_en) June 9, 2020
Secretary General of the Muslim World League Mohammad Abdulkarim al-Issa gives a speech during a visit to the Nozyk Synagogue on January 24, 2020 in Warsaw. (AFP)
Muslim World League interfaith activities
History in the making: The most senior Islamic figure ever to visit @AuschwitzMuseum, Secretary General of @MWLOrg_en Dr. Al-Issa, begins his visit, accompanied by Muslim leaders from around the world and AJC leadership, to mark 75 years since the liberation of the Nazi camp. pic.twitter.com/43fxxJANSE— American Jewish Committee (@AJCGlobal) January 23, 2020