A scientific meeting organized by the section of the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema (Muslim scholars) in Guinea Bissau opened, Saturday in Bissau, under the theme “Peaceful Coexistence: The Path to Cultural and Social Understanding Between Religions.”
The opening session of this meeting took place in the presence of a host of religious stakeholders and personalities from the world of politics and diplomacy in Guinea Bissau, in addition to a delegation of the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema including academics, experts and journalists.
In their opening remarks, participants unanimously recognized the importance of the theme chosen for this event, praising the role of the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema in disseminating the culture of tolerance and coexistence.
According to the Foundation’s officials, this event is being held in response to the urgent need for a continuous and creative dialogue between the followers of different religions.
This meeting is in line with the objectives of the Foundation, which is interested in cooperation between the Ulema of Morocco and those of African countries to preserve the religion from distortion and extremism.
The organization of these meetings reflects the wise guidance of the President of the Foundation, HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, who has always emphasized the central role of dialogue and peace.