69th Weekly Meeting of Departments Directors
9 March، 2022

His Excellency Koutoub Moustapha Sano, Secretary General of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA), chaired the 69th weekly meeting of the directors of departments, on Tuesday 05 Sha’ban 1443H corresponding to 08 March 2022G, at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Academy in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

At the beginning of the meeting, His Excellency welcomed the attendees and thanked them for their attendance and participation, then His Excellency spoke about the official visit that he will make to Afghanistan with a delegation of senior scholars of the Academy to meet the new Afghan authority for dialogue with them, and to remind of the Islamic rulings related to a number of contemporary issues such as the right of both sexes to education, the participation of women in development, rebuilding and renaissance efforts, the importance of adhering to the moderation approach, spreading a culture of moderation, tolerance and coexistence, and other issues of concern to Muslims in this honorable country.

His Excellency also spoke about the importance of initiating preparations for holding the next session of the Academy in Jeddah, in cooperation with the strategic partners of the Academy and communicating with bodies of common interest regarding financial support for its convening.

The meeting then discussed the items of decisions issued by the previous meeting, and several decisions were issued, the most important of which are:

  • Starting correspondence with the scholars of the Academy nominated to participate in the delegation of the Academy to Afghanistan to meet with the Afghan authorities.
  • Provide a comprehensive vision of the costs of holding the next session of the Academy in Jeddah, KSA.
  • Issuing a clearance and a license for distribution of the book of resolutions in both Arabic and English from the concerned authorities.
  • Submitting a detailed report regarding the comprehensive maintenance of the Academy’s vehicles in order to ascertain the extent of the need for new vehicles.
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