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The Muslim World League (MWL) expressed the agony and condemnation of Muslims all over the world against the grisly campaigns of violence and oppression against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, and denounced the expansion of such campaigns as they have encompassed Muslims living in other regions including Meiktila and Arakan.

The statement issued by the MWL explained that it is closely following the tragedies suffered by Muslims in Myanmar where hundreds have been killed, thousands have been imprisoned and more than a hundred thousand have been displaced.

World Conference on Dialogue

Chairman’s Summary

World Conference on Dialogue

Vienna, 13 – 14 July 2009

Following the initiative of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, announced at the Madrid World Conference on Dialogue held on 15 – 17 July 2008, the present conference has taken up the task of providing an effective way forward for inter religious dialogue.

Dr. Abdullah Al-turki 's statement about Danish cartoons

MWL Denounces the Re-publishing by certain Danish Newspapers for the cartoons insulting Prophet Muhammad - PBUH) Makkah – Muhammad Al-Asad The secretariat general of the Muslim World League(MWL) has categorically denounce the unfortunate re-publication by seventeen Danish newspapers for cartoons insulting the seal of Prophets, Muhammad(PBUH), and which were formerly published by the Danish JYLLANDS-POSTEN newspaper in 2006.

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