Protecting minorities and suspect think tanks

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Sat Jan 23, 2016 8:14AM
The Moroccan capital Rabat is to host the World Conference on Religious Minorities from January 25 to 27. (File photo)
The Moroccan capital Rabat is to host the World Conference on Religious Minorities from January 25 to 27. (File photo)

Morocco is to host a first conference in Islamic history championing the rights of religious minorities living within Muslim-majority territories.

The World Conference on Religious Minorities is scheduled to take place in the Moroccan capital, Rabat, from January 25 to 27, according to the Morocco World News website.

The event is expected to attract around 300 Muslim personalities from Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt, and the host country itself; religious authorities from Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, and other non-Muslim religious communities will also be present.

Iranian Shia cleric and scholar Ayatollah Seyyed Mostafa Mohaghegh Damad will be participating at the conference.

The conference aims to release its first declaration, laying emphasis on the rights of non-Muslims inside Muslim lands since the Constitution of Medina.

Also known as the Charter of Medina, the document was drafted by the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) in 622 CE and is hailed as the world’s first written constitution as well as the first Muslim constitution.

The charter stipulates that non-Muslim members of the community should be entitled to the same political and cultural rights as those of Muslims.

“The Prophet was religiously persecuted, so he knew first-hand what it was to experience religious persecution,” Sheikh Hamza Yousuf, the co-founder of Zaytuna College, the first Muslim liberal arts college in the United States, who is to attend the conference, was quoted by The Washington Post as saying.

The conference wants to counter “the idea that Muslims and non-Muslims can’t live together,” he added. “This is not who we are or who we want to be.”

The Moroccan Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs will host the conference together with the UAE-based think tank Forum for the Promotion of Peace in Muslim societies.



In Iran,Syria,Iraq,Lebanon… Christians and other minorities are part of the society…and it is only when the US ,Europe,Saudi Arabia,Israel,Turkey,Qatar decided to finance and train takfiri wahhabi terrorists that the situation deteriorated….These wahhabi terrorists and the Western-Israeli agents among them have been butchering innocent Christians,Sunni-Shia Muslims and other minorities….
This conference is another attempt by Anglo-Zionist think tanks to make Muslims believe that the problem lies with their religion or their religious history…The problem lies with the alliance and friendliness of the Anglo-Zionists and the takfiri wahhabis : the Ibn Lihoud.

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