A delegation from the UAE-based Muslim Council of Elders visits Najaf to activate cooperation between religious institutions in the Islamic world

A delegation from the Muslim Council of Elders in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, visited the holy city of Najaf with the aim of spreading social peace among Muslims, activating cooperation between religious institutions in the Islamic world, and restoring hope among the people of the nation.

The delegation came at the invitation of Dar Al-Ilm center of Imam Al-Khoei in Najaf, headed by the General Secretary of the Council, Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam, and a number of important personalities, including the Executive Director of the Council of Elders, Talal Al-Mazrouei, and Dr. Samir Bou Dinar, Director of the Al-Salam Research Center and Dr. Osama Al-Hadidi, Director of Al-Azhar International Center for Electronic Fatwa.

A dialogue session was held for the guests, attended by elite professors and dignitaries of the seminary and the university opened by Sayyed Jawad Al-Khoei, in which he praised the pioneering role of the Council of Elders in uniting the Islamic nation, indicating "the importance of these meetings in setting some solutions and restoring hope among the people of the nation," stressing “that everyone praised the importance of holding such meetings because of their impact on spreading social peace among Muslims.”

The Muslim Council of Elders is an independent international organization established in 2014 in Abu Dhabi, UAE, to promote peace In the Muslim communities. The Council unites Muslim scholars, experts and dignitaries who are known for their wisdom, sense of justice, independence and moderateness.