Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Palestinian Embassy announce Masjid Al-Aqsa conference

Maldives Minister of Islamic Affairs Sheikh Mohamed Shaheem Ali Saeed and Palestinian Islamic Minister Dr Mahmoud Al Habbash have announced the Masjid Al-Aqsa conference will be held in the Maldives during a joining press conference Sunday (April 7).

Shaheem said the Mufti and Imam of the Masjid was invited and various “renowned” religious scholars will participate, reports local media. A joint committee with officials from the the Maldives Ministry of Islamic Affairs and the Palestinian Embassy will finalise the conference date and participants.

The purpose of the conference is “to increase the love in the hearts of Maldives citizens, and other Muslims around the world towards [the holy mosque] Masjid Al-Aqsa,” according to Shaheem.

The joint committee will address “troubles” Maldivians face visiting Masjid Al-Aqsa, enable 10 Maldivian men (religious scholars, students, journalists and members of the public) to visit the holy mosque, and “facilitate opportunities” for Maldivian students to study in Palestinian universities.


2 thoughts on “Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Palestinian Embassy announce Masjid Al-Aqsa conference”

  1. To be fair, we should invite the Israeli government official, the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem and the Patriarchs of Jerusalem to hold a seminar on the Temple Mount so that Maldivians will get over their anti-Semitism and Christophobia. Maldivians also desperately need scholarships from Israeli universities, a country renowned for its scientific publications. It might hopefully balance the terror tactics, Jew-hatred and rote-memorisation these future Moscow Jaleels will bring back from Palestinian madrassas.


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