International Islamic Conference for Dialogue Concluded 6 Makkah

السبت 1429/6/3 هـ الموافق 2008/06/07 م واس
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The conference urged Muslims in non-Islamic countries to conduct continued dialogue with the people of those countries, respect the host countries' rules, never neglect their Islamic religious duties, and show cooperation with the governments of Islamic countries and Islamic organizations.
The conference called on the United Nations and human rights organizations to criminalize the abuse directed at Islam and its Messenger and pass resolutions condemning the blaspheming of all prophets.
The statement said the common grounds for a serious dialogue will be based on a belief in the unity of the origin of mankind; that humans are equal in dignity and humanity and in rejection of racism and denunciation of odious claims of superiority.

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