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Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema Pays Courtesy Visit to Ugandan Inter-Religious Council’s Secretary-General


  24 Février      21        Society (33425),

   

Kampala, 24/02/2024 (MAP) – A delegation from the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema paid a courtesy visit to the Secretary-General of the Ugandan Interreligious Council, Joshua Kitakule, on the sidelines of his participation in a scientific conference in Kampala.

On this occasion, Kitakule emphasized the importance of dialogue among various religious components within African society, as well as the promotion of values of tolerance and coexistence advocated by all religions. A statement from the Foundation indicated that the Ugandan official explained that these values are capable of consolidating security and stability within societies, regardless of their religious orientations.

In this regard, he expressed the willingness of the Ugandan Interreligious Council to collaborate with the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema for further effective dialogue among different religions, praising the Foundation’s efforts in promoting tolerance and openness towards others within African societies.

In a speech on behalf of the Moroccan delegation, the mission officer within the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema, Othman Sqalli Houssaini, reviewed the institution’s efforts in promoting and disseminating values of tolerance and coexistence, in line with the vision of its Founder and President, His Majesty King Mohammed VI, who oversees the realization and consolidation of spiritual security in Africa.

The Ugandan section of the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema is organizing a scientific conference in Kampala on February 24th and 25th, focusing on the role of the Foundation in preserving spiritual security in Africa.

The two-day meeting aims to promote, disseminate, and uphold the values of tolerant Islam in the service of stability and development in African countries. Led by Ulema from the Kingdom of Morocco and Uganda, it also seeks to contribute to the strengthening of religious and cultural relations between Morocco and Uganda, the establishment of the foundations of Islamic identity, and the reinforcement of spiritual security within Ugandan society, along with fostering openness to other beliefs.

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