“ The future of Muslim community : Opportunities and Challenges
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Tolerance, the United Arab Emirates hosts the International Muslim Communities Congress held in the capital Abu Dhabi on the 7-8 May 2018 under the theme: “The Future of Muslim Communities : The Opportunities and Challenges”. Over 400 Muslim figures and leaders of Islamic communities from around the world, and most particularly from outside the Muslim world, participated in this congress in addition to representatives of many spiritual and cultural Islamic organizations that cater for Muslim communities issues.
Haji Syed Salman Chishty shared the message of “Love towards all, malice towards none” – Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty(ra)
The dictum which guides all the followers of Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty(ra) to eternal bliss is also imperial to promote the culture of peace and achieving community security. This congress aims at consolidating the values of tolerance and dialogue between the different religious and cultural components of societies, making the world a better place for the future generations. The posterity needs a safer world, sheltered from violence and barbarity as in extreme currents. The word of love and acceptance in its practise can only usher in a world void of hostility and hatred. Educating the future generation is an initiative that UAE based NGO has dedicated itself to uphold the effort of Chishty Foundation, in Ajmer Sharif in the field of education.
The United Arab Emirates, being concerned with the issues and future of Muslim communities, affirming the contributions of the cultural and spiritual organisations, and acknowledging your participation in the establishment and enforcement of the notions of citizenship together with committing to its requirements; the organising committee of the IMCC is honored by your presence.
High ranking Muslim spiritual leaders and clerics stood to greet the United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Tolerance, during the opening of the International Muslims Communities Congress, in Abu Dhabi, UAE, Tuesday, May 8, 2018.
The UAE hosted a forum for the first time that gathers Islamic community leaders from countries around the world where Muslims are minorities to network and discuss challenges around issues of Islamophobia, integration and extremism.
The United Arab Emirates has hosted a forum for the first time that gathers Islamic community leaders from countries around the world where Muslims are minorities.
Several hundred people attended the forum on Tuesday in the UAE’s capital of Abu Dhabi to network and discuss challenges around issues of Islamophobia, integration and extremism.
Muslim community leaders attending the summit came from countries as far as Venezuela and Vietnam, where Muslims are minorities. The forum also hosted members of other faiths, such as Buddhism and Christianity, to deepen discussion on pluralism and tolerance.
With more than half a billion Muslims living in countries where they a minority, spokesperson for the International Muslim Communities Conference, Fawziya Al-Ajamawi, says it’s important to combat misunderstandings and portray Islam “as a religion of forgiveness and love.”