Saudi Arabia’s Muslim World League opens office in Maldives Islamic Ministry

An office of the Saudi Arabian organisation Rabita al-Alam al-Islami (Muslim World League) was opened in the Maldives yesterday, following a signing ceremony at the Ministry of Islamic Affairs.

Islamic Minister Sheikh Mohamed Shaheem Ali Saeed told local media the organisation would assist the Maldives with “social, religious and humanitarian issues”.

Sun Online cited Shaheem as acknowledging that a “non-operational” office of the Muslim World League had already been present in the Maldives for the last 15 years, but said he had no comment on the matter.

The office would initially be located in the Islamic Ministry, Shaheem said.


3 thoughts on “Saudi Arabia’s Muslim World League opens office in Maldives Islamic Ministry”

  1. Ah, the Arab masters finally make it official. Mullarization of Dhivehistan will reach new heights with the efforts of this Wahhabi fortress amongst us. Excellent. Brainwash the masses quick. I wait with bated breath for the Shariah penalties to drive off tourists and kaafir aid.

  2. oil rich Saudis have run out of money, so they are unable to cover expenses such as running an office independent of Maldives Islamic Ministry. There was a Muslim World League office in Male during the 90's and they conducted Arabic Language courses free then... shame on Saudis..

  3. There you go ladies and gents proof that the Maldives is just a puppet state of Saudi Arabia.

    No other country would ever give office space within one of their own ministry buildings, unless they were being given direct instructions on how to do government business.

    What does SA know about humanitarian issues?


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