Nouakchott (UNA) - The Muslim World League delegation, headed by the Secretary-General and Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, arrived in the Mauritanian capital, Nouakchott, on an official visit that will last several days, where he was received by senior Mauritanian scholars, the Minister of Islamic Affairs, And members of the government.
After prior coordination with the Mauritanian government, Dr. Al-Issa began the visit by inaugurating a package of relief, pastoral, and development projects in the Mauritanian capital, Nouakchott. He began by examining the final phase of the Muslim World League project to establish the Grand Mosque in Nouakchott, where he inspected the mosque’s facilities, efficiency of performance, and commitment to the highest standards. Engineering and quality standards.
Al-Issa inaugurated the advanced medical center of the Muslim World League in a large celebration organized by the Mauritanian government, amid a high-ranking government and community presence, where Dr. Al-Issa toured the center’s facilities, reviewed its organizational structure, and reviewed the ongoing work to implement the association’s initiatives, health projects, and medical programs. He also checked on the health conditions that the association is responsible for treating, then inspected the facilities of the Department of Ophthalmology and Specialized Clinics that were newly established.
Then Al-Issa met with the orphans, on the occasion of handing over their annual financial allocations that provide them with safety, comprehensive care, and health and education programs, which are part of the special program for “sponsoring orphans” on the African continent, which was launched by the Secretary-General of the Muslim World League, and serves tens of thousands of orphans in Africa. .
He also handed over the keys to widows’ homes. This came in official, documentary coordination with the relevant government agencies, and in cooperation with a number of international organizations affiliated with the United Nations, all with full details of his data in places of need, whatever they may be around the world.
Al-Issa stressed that these charitable works carried out by the Muslim World League in coordination and cooperation with government agencies in each country and with international organizations affiliated with the United Nations are among the tasks of the League and based on its Islamic and humanitarian duty to do good. He also stressed that the Muslim World League - is before and for After - one of the good deeds of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that it gave to the Islamic world, and in the context of humanitarian work in general, it is a gift to all of humanity.