Non-Muslims must be given Islam’s true picture: Prince Khaled


Presiding over the 9th Makkah Conference on behalf of King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Prince Khaled said it was essential to introduce the correct teachings of Islam to non-Muslims and Muslims living in non-Muslim countries.

The theme of the conference under the aegis of the Muslim World League is ‘Introducing Islam to non-Muslim countries in reality and expectation.”

Prince Khaled said Islam faces grave challenges from different
quarters. “Since its inception, the Kingdom has stuck to the Islamic code. It has all along stood to serve Islam. Now it is trying to unite all the factions of the Muslims. Late King Abdul Aziz established the Muslim World League 80 years ago to propagate Islam throughout the world. It has stood the test of times and is carrying out its mission with full vigor,” he said.

It has become essential to introduce Islam to non-Muslim countries and present them the true picture of Islam, he said. The recent interfaith dialogue meeting at United Nations at the initiative of King Abdullah is a proof of the Kingdom’s keenness to serve Islam, the Emir said.

Muslim World League Secretary General Abdullah Bin Abdul Mohsin Al-Turki said: “We are guided by Islamic culture and principles given to us by the Book of Allah and certainly by following the principles of Islam the Muslim World League will be successful in meeting all the challenges distorting Islam.”

Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Aal Al-Sheikh said terrorists have immensely damaged Islam. The Muslim World League, he said, in cooperation with Ulemas has to introduce Islam in its true shape and spirit using all the possible resources available to us.

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