Kuala Lumpur Summit aims to be the hope for 'Islamic civilization'

Kuala Lumpur Summit Aims to be the Hope for 'Islamic Civilization'

The 2019 Kuala Lumpur Summit in Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur, aims to find solutions to the problems of the Islamic world and to revive Islamic civilization.

The 2019 Kuala Lumpur Summit in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur is scheduled to be an important step towards resolving the Islamic world's problems and reshaping Islamic civilization.

According to media reports on the Prime Minister and the summit in Malaysia, within the scope of the summit, the problems experienced in areas such as national sovereignty, development, administration and justice in the Muslim world will be negotiated and solutions will be sought.

In addition to the problems within the Islamic world itself, the summit will give priority to the rise of Islamophobia worldwide in recent years and the real message of Islam in the face of this situation.

Erdogan, Imran Khan and Hasan Rouhani will make speeches

Malaysian Prime Minister in the summit Mahathir Mohamad's home, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Sani, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and the Indonesian Government Vice President will ma'ruf Amin speech.

According to Mahathir's statement, the summit is intended to make a small start by gathering countries with common concerns to solve the problems of the Islamic world.

Malaysia, as well as Turkey, Pakistan, Qatar, the summit will lead Iran and Indonesia, about 450 participants from 52 countries will negotiate the main issues of the summit.

The summit has 7 main topics and 4 goals
Numerous Muslim thinkers, writers, academics, leaders and representatives of non-governmental organizations will exchange ideas on 7 main topics at the Kuala Lumpur Summit.

Hamas Political Bureau Chairman Ismail Heniyy and Tunisian Parliament Speaker Rashid al-Ghannouchi as the summit is expected to prominent figures to join the AK Party Deputy Chairman from Turkey with spouse Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak, will be a speaker at the forum will be held within the scope of the summit.

The main topics of the summit will be "Peace, Security and Defense", "Justice and Freedom", "Development and Sovereignty", "Trade and Investment", "Technology and Internet Management", "Culture and Identity" and "Integrity and Good Governance".

In this context, the summit will focus on four objectives: resurrection of Islamic civilization, solutions to the problems of the Muslim world, contributing to the development of Muslim societies, and establishing a network of leaders, intellectuals and thinkers of the Islamic world.

Palestine, Arakan and Kashmir issues to be discussed

Regional and ethnic issues that are closely related to the Islamic world such as Palestine, Syria, Arakan, Kashmir and East Turkestan will also be among the topics of the summit.

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir, in a press release during the promotion of the Kuala Lumpur Summit last month, said that this meeting constitutes a concrete step and aims to produce constructive solutions.

Mahathir pointed out that Muslims have been oppressed all over the world, exiled from their homeland and killed each other with sectarian wars. had used.

Mahathir, before the establishment by Turkey and Pakistan planned joint television channel project has been pointed out that in the negotiations at the summit and "what Islam is and describing Muslims, for example, terrorism is a television channel explaining what the real reason is very important to us. This project, instead of issuing papers and forgetting the papers that were published later, taking steps to do something concrete. " he said.

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