The Muslim World League welcomed the pioneering international project promoting a culture of peace and tolerance, which was called for by a number of Arab and Islamic countries at the forefront of Saudi Arabia (with its Arab, Islamic and international weight), where support and support was mobilized for the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopting the decision to promote a culture of peace and tolerance to protect places Religious.
The League affirmed in a statement to its Secretary General, Head of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa, its permanent position in condemning all forms of extremism, violence and terrorism targeting religious and other sites, while completely rejecting and persistently opposing hate speech and racism with all its pretexts, and standing in support of the culture (peace and harmony) ) (Dialogue and tolerance). Cultural Communication promised its “active” dialogues and initiatives the most important pillar in establishing awareness to overcome the dangers of clash and religious, cultural and ethnic conflict.
The League reaffirmed its declared position on all international efforts calling for spreading and strengthening the culture of peace and tolerance among followers of religions and cultures.
The Secretary-General indicated that more than 1,200 muftis and scholars from among the scholars of the Islamic Ummah and more than 4,500 Islamic thinkers unanimously agreed on the contents of that international vision in their historical document, (the Makkah Al-Mukarramah Document) whose international conference was organized by the Muslim World League under the auspices of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdel Azeez.