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The Secretary-General of Muslim World League (MWL), Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdulmohsin Al-Turki visited the Organization of Islamic Da'wah in Khartoum, in the wake of his present tour of Sudan. He was received by Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Field Marshal Abdel Rahman Swar Al-Dahab and the Secretary-General of the Organization, Dr. Muhammad Ali. During the visit, Dr. Al-Turki viewed a film about the Organization's history, events and activities, as well as its progress in the service of Islamic Da'wah.
Field Marshal Abdel Rahman Swar Al-Dahab explained that the Organization of Islamic Da'wah as an international organization has its presence in more than 40 countries and is engaged in dissemination of Islamic Da'wah in Africa, Eastern Europe and Asia.
On his part, Dr. Al-Turki expressed his thanks and appreciation to Field Marshal Swar Al-Dahab for his invitation to visit the Organization as well as for the blessed and successful efforts to propagate the Islamic Da'wah in the world and in particular Africa. He stressed that Muslim World League is ready to cooperate with the Organization of Islamic Da'wah and other Islamic institutions to develop a strategic plan at the level of African Continent to spread the Islamic Da'wah.
Dr. Al-Turki commended the keen interest of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz and Crown Prince Salman Bin Abdulaziz in the Islamic issues including his call for Islamic solidarity. He praised the resolutions and recommendations of the 4th Extraordinary Islamic Summit held in the month of Ramadan at Makkah Mukarramah under the auspices of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud as these resolutions and recommendations promote cooperation between the Muslim countries, as well as between their peoples and institutions.
On the other hand, the MWL Secretary-General paid a visit to the Omdurman Islamic University where he met with its Rector, Dr. Hassan Abbas Hassan as well as with the faculty deans and university professors. He listened to a detailed explanation of the Rector about the number of colleges and departments as well as achievements and projects carried out by the university. He expressed his hope that the university will continue to promote education among the new generations in Sudan and other countries of the Muslim world.
On his part, Dr. Al-Turki praised the outstanding level of the Omdurman Islamic University and its fruitful efforts in the service of Islam and Muslims, and called to focus on religious sciences, Arabic language and Islamic history.