‘True Muslims reject all types of extremism,’ says Al-Issa of the Muslim World League at Jama Masjid


New Delhi – Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa, the secretary general of the Muslim World League (MWL) , who is now visiting India, stated that a true Muslim rejects all forms of extremism and violence and coexists with everyone with love and honesty.

Al-Issa was preaching at the Jama Masjid in New Delhi when he gave the “Khutbah,” or sermon.

Important lessons from Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa’s speech include the following:

  1. “A sincere Muslim has high morals that are obvious in their behaviour, expressing the grandeur and beauty of Islam through the standards enforced by the Muslim society. Adopting these principles helps to improve Islam’s standing. Furthermore, a Muslim must adhere to these ideals at all times because they are a fundamental part of their true behaviour.
  2. Those who are unaware of the genuine nature of Islam frequently attribute the opposite behaviours to our religion, which is regrettable. Due to the activities of people who fraudulently claim to be Muslims, this misrepresentation takes place. Such impure conduct is regarded as a departure from Allah’s way.
  3. “A sincere believer is respected by all because they uphold the highest moral standards and carry out the most admirable activities, which are the truest expressions of their religion. They represent Islam’s moderation and harmony, condemning all forms of violence and extremism, regardless of their reasons or covert purposes.
  4. A Muslim, with their high values and all-encompassing wisdom, coexists with everyone with love and honesty, governed by the general national framework. Every country has this structure as its constitution. Our world can only experience peace, harmony, progress, and prosperity if we uphold the principles that bind every country’s citizens together.
  5. “A Muslim respects their country’s Constitution and upholds the nation’s overall culture. They work to promote unity and prevent division by attempting to unite individuals.
  6. “What would be appropriate for one nation might not be appropriate for another. Islamic scholars have therefore stated that different fatwas and Sharjah-based rulings may be made according on the unique situations and surroundings of each nation.

Al-Issa commends PM Modi

Al-Issa met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. He praised Modi’s “passionate perspective” on inclusive growth on Wednesday and noted their shared belief in the significance of cooperating to combat all manifestations of extremism and bigotry, regardless of their source.

All Islamic nations and sects are represented in the Muslim World League, an international nongovernmental organisation with its headquarters in Mecca.

Its objectives are to spread awareness of Islam and its tolerant principles, offer humanitarian aid, build bridges of communication and cooperation with all, exhibit a positive openness to all cultures and civilizations, adhere to the path of centrism and moderation, and combat movements that call for extremism, violence, and exclusion.

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