Morocco, UAE Ink Executive Program of Cooperation on Islamic affairs
Morocco and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed, on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi, an executive program of cooperation in the field of Islamic affairs.
This document was initialed by Moroccan Ambassador to the UAE Mohamed Ait Oual and Mohamed Matar El Kaibi, President of the UAE General Authority of Islamic Affairs & Endowments.
This program is part of the implementation of a memorandum of understanding between the Moroccan Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs and the General Authority of Islamic Affairs & Endowments in March 2015.
The agreement touches on Islamic affairs, mosques, and business management of religious preachers, endowments and mosque literacy. The program involves the exchange of books, magazines and published research on Islamic studies, the Arab-Islamic heritage, and the Fikh, as well as an inventory of manuscripts available in Morocco and the UAE.
According to the document, Morocco will offer the experience of the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Holy Quran Publishing to the UAE.
This program also provides for developing joint religious programs, reinforcing cooperation in the field of religious audiovisual production, sharing experiences in the field of the promotion of Islam and examining ways to fight extremist ideology and promote the values of fraternity, solidarity and tolerance.
It also lays provisions for the exchange of visits by delegations to learn about the experience of both countries in the areas of endowment management and the training of Murshidins and Murshidates (religious guides).
MAP 11 September 2019