Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Elders Meets with Former Kazakh Minister of Information and Social Development - Emphasizes the Importance of Continuing Efforts to Promote Dialogue Between Different Religions and Cultures
The Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Elders, Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam, met with Mr. Darkhan Kydyrali, the former Minister of Information and Social Development of Kazakhstan. The pair emphasized the importance of continuing efforts to promote dialogue among different religions and cultures.
During the meeting, the Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Elders praised the globally renowned Kazakh model in promoting dialogue among different religions and cultures. He pointed out that the Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions has become a significant international platform for dialogue among religious leaders and symbols. He also explained that the branch of the Muslim Council of Elders in Central Asia, which is set to be headquartered in Kazakhstan, will serve as a regional center for participating in numerous initiatives aimed at promoting peace and spreading values of tolerance, love, and human fraternity.
For his part, the former Kazakh Minister of Information and Social Development expressed his nation's appreciation for the efforts of the Muslim Council of Elders under the chairmanship of His Eminence Dr. Ahmed Al-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, as well as the Secretary-General of the Council, Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam which are greatly directed towards enhancing interfaith dialogue. He also highlighted Kazakhstan's full support for the regional office of the Muslim Council of Elders in Central Asia to serve as a beacon for promoting the values of moderation and tolerance.
Kydyrali also presented Judge Abdelsalam a copy of the book 'Sultan Beibars - From the Great Steppe to the Great Sea', while emphasizing that the world today urgently needs inspirational leaders like Sultan Beibars, who helped bridge people from different backgrounds.