International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Muslim World League: A Historical Look at Establishment, Goals and Projects
Hassna Al-Ghamdi

The Muslim World League is an organization of a religious and cultural character and one of the most active international organizations in the Islamic world, and does not interfere in the political affairs in which it is active. Since its establishment in 1962, this organization has established many institutions and branches, and has opened dozens of offices in all continents as it also carried out thousands of religious, cultural, relief and humanitarian activities in many countries of the world. Due to the organization's large number of activities, it is considered as the university of the peoples of the Islamic world and the pioneer in religious and cultural work in the Islamic world, and it has become confused with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which is a political organization that brings together the governments of the countries of the Islamic world under its flag. This introductory page attempts to define the organization, its history, objectives, branches, and specializations of each branch, and to introduce the historical transformations that the work of this international organization has witnessed.

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