Kuala Lumpur Summit: Emphasizing the need to end dependency on non-Muslims

Kuala Lumpur Summit: Emphasizing the need to end dependency on non-Muslims

Leaders of Muslim countries at the Kuala Lumpur Summit have said that Muslim countries need to trade in other currencies and end their dependence on non-Muslim countries.

Yesterday, the Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC) administered by Saudi Arabia, which boycotted the Kuala Lumpur summit, said that going outside the organization and holding a meeting was against the interests of Muslim Ummah.

For decades, the OIC has been instrumental in spreading the Muslim Ummah's voice worldwide.

However, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo ۔an appear to be alarmed by the Islamic Cooperation Organization's failure to take concrete measures for the purposes of Muslims.

Addressing the Kuala Lumpur summit, according to a foreign news agency 'Reuters', Mahathir Mohamed said that "the purpose of this summit is to understand why Islam, Muslim and Muslim countries are victims of crisis, helpless and helpless in this great religion. Don't look deserving. '

"We may not be able to uncover all the reasons why we are upset and upset, but almost everyone agrees that we can fight non-Muslims in the race for progress," he said. There are those who have fought us back. '

"Because of this, Muslims are suffering and are relying on non-Muslim donations and charities, I think we have no other option but to progress as quickly as possible," he said.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoانan addressed the differences without mentioning the name of the OIC in his address, saying, "The biggest problem is that the platforms that unite the Muslim world are behind in implementing their decisions. '

He said, "If we still cannot make any progress on the issue of Palestine, if we still cannot stop exploiting our resources, if we still cannot stop the division of the Muslim world on the basis of sectarianism, then we are behind. And fall prey. '

Recep Tayyip Erdo ۔an also called for the re-establishment of the UN Security Council to represent the Islamic world.

Currently, China, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, and Russia are permanent members of the Security Council.

"The world is bigger than these five countries, while Muslim countries need to trade in each other's currencies," he said.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani also called on Muslim countries to use preferential trade agreements and create special procedures for banking and financial cooperation.

He said that the Muslim world must take steps to protect the US dollar and the US financial system.

It should be noted that Pakistan had refused to attend the four-day meeting due to the concerns of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, cited the reason for not attending the meeting, saying that the summit is the wrong forum for discussing the key issues of the Pune 2 billion Muslims, but some experts believe that Saudi Arabia is in danger that Iran, Turkey And regional rivals such as Qatar will leave it alone in the Muslim world



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