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General Islamic Conference (G.1.C.):
This Council expresses the feelings of Muslim peoples around the world, as well as their aspirations towards achieving their higher goals. It is the highest policy making body of the Muslim World League and made up of senior Ulema (Muslim scholars) and preachers who frequently meet to discuss major issues concerning Islam and Muslims, and help solve their problems and achieve their benevolent aspirations. G.I.C. has so far met for serval times as follows:
First: in 1381H(1962).
Second: in 1384H (1965).
Third: in 1408H (1987).
Fourth: in 1423 H (2002).
The Constituent Council is the highest authority in the Muslim World League. It approves the plans that have to be implemented by the Secretariat General. The Council consists of sixty (60) prominent Muslim scholars representing Muslim peoples and minorities. Members are appointed according to the decision of the Council. It is stipulated that a prospective member of the Constituent Council must either be a preacher to the path of God, or notably active in the field of Islamic Dawah.
The Constituent Council meets periodically to review research works and issues submitted either by the Secretariat General or by three members of the Council. It also adopts appropriate resolutions concerning progress so far made by the 'League' in order to achieve its goals, and provides governments and Muslim communities with advice and counseling in the service of Islam and Muslims.
World Supreme Council for Massajid (MSCM):
The WSCM is an affiliate of the M.W.L. It was formed following a recommendation by the Message of the Mosque Conference, which was organized by the M.W.L. in Holy Makkah between 15 – 18 Ramadan 1395 H. corresponding to 21 – 23 September1975.
The WSCM aims at carrying out the task of the maintenance of the Mosque and helping it undertake the function prescribed by Islam.
The WSCM consists of forty (40) members representing Muslim peoples and communities around the world.
Duties & Responsibilities:
These include the following:
Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) Council:
It was founded by a resolution of the Constituent Council in the year 1398 Hijra, and is made up of a selected group of Muslim jurists and scholars who meet periodically to consider serious jurisprudence issues concerning the Ummah (world-wide Islamic community), and issue appropriate rulings based on the texts of the Holy Qur'an and the immaculate Sunnah (tradition of Prophet Muhammad, peace be on him).
Aims and objectives:
The Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) Council aims at furthering the following goals: