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MWL's Institutions

Islamic Fiqh Council

Islamic Fiqh Council

The Islamic Fiqh Council is an affiliate of the MWL with an independent legal personality. It was founded by a resolution of the Constituent Council in the year 1398H, and is made up of a select group of Muslim jurists and scholars who meet periodically to consider serious issues concerning the Muslim Ummah and issue appropriate rulings based on the texts of the Holy Qur'an and the immaculate Sunnah.

Aims and objectives:

International Organization for the Holy Quran & Immaculate Sunnah

The Organization’s Objective

The Holy Qur’an Memorization International (HQMI) Organization aims to teach the Muslims how to memorize the Noble Qur'an, and perfect its memorization, attaching special importance to Qur’an Sciences, inculcating the verses of the Noble Qur’an into the Muslim generations, making them comprehend their meanings and the wise denotations lurking behind them, in addition to the development of teaching techniques thereof throughout the world.

offices of Muslim World League

World Supreme Council for Mosques

The WSCM has an independent legal personality. It aims at reactivating the mission of the Mosque as a vital focal point of the religious as well as the temporal life of the Muslim.

Ultimately, the WSCM aims at restoring the Mosque's role to what it was during the early days of Islam. It also strives to protect Mosques and Islamic trusts against assault, and to maintain the sanctity and purity of the Mosque.

The Constituent Council The Constituent Council is the highest authority in the Muslim World League. The Council consists of about sixty (60) prominent Muslim scholars representing Muslim peoples and minorities. Members are appointed according to the decision of the Council. The Council endorses plans adopted by the Secretariat General. Membership: The prospective member of the Constituent Council must be active in the field of Islamic propagation.