PM Modi, Muslim World League Secretary-General Al-Issa hold talk to further peace, harmonytext_fields
New Delhi: Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, the Secretary-General of the Muslim World League, met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday to address a number of topics related to advancing interfaith harmony, peace, and efforts to advance humanity. Al-Issa spoke at an occasion hosted by the Khusro Foundation and the India Islamic Cultural Centre while he was in India.
“PM @narendramodi met H.E. Sheikh @MhmdAlissa, Secretary General of Muslim World League @MWLOrg and Chairman of the Organisation of Muslim Scholars. They had insightful discussions on various aspects of furthering inter-faith harmony, peace and working towards human progress,” the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said in a tweet.
The Muslim World League (MWL) is an international NGO headquartered in Mecca, with members from all Islamic countries and sects. It aims to present Islam and its tolerant principles, provide humanitarian aid, extend bridges of dialogue and cooperation with all, engage in positive openness to all cultures and civilisations, follow the path of centrism and moderation, and ward off movements calling for extremism, violence and exclusion.
With PTI inputs