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Muslim World League canvasses support for peace efforts in Gaza

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The Muslim World League (MWL) on Sunday initiated an urgent petition, appealing to religious leaders globally to join forces and voice their support for peace in the Gaza Strip. The petition, focusing on ending violence and the ongoing war in Gaza, seeks the backing of both religious figures and humanitarian organizations.

This initiative was spurred by the devastating impact of the conflict in Gaza, which has resulted in the loss of at least 22,000 lives, injuries to approximately 750,000 individuals, and the displacement of 1.2 million people. The petition emphasizes the important role religious leaders can play in peace-making efforts.

Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, Secretary-General of the MWL and Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars.

Sheikh Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, Secretary-General of the MWL and Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, stressed the urgency of the situation: “Given the dire humanitarian crisis in Gaza, the Muslim World League is fully committed, along with its partners, to end the war, alleviate human suffering, and work toward a fair and comprehensive peace. We firmly believe in the influential role of religious leaders in advocating for peace.”
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