Thursday, 19 May 2022 17:12

"Islam and the universal common: tolerance, respect and religious coexistence" (ed Diwan) is currently available in Spanish. In this didactic and historical book, Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, the Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community living abroad Abroad (CCME) and author of several books related to the question of Islam, shows that Islam is a vector of living together.

The UNGA appointed on Sunday Morocco to host the intergovernmental conference on international migration in 2018, during which the global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration will be adopted.

Adopted by the United Nations in 2000, the 18 December intends to raise awareness about migrant rights in the world.

The letter of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, as Chairman of the Al Quds Committee, to US President Donald Trump on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 was unanimously welcomed and relayed by the international media. Mr Trump, unlike the former US presidents had avoided the question of Jerusalem , given the complexity and danger of such a decision, Mr. Trump announced Jerusalem capital of Israel on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 .

HM King Mohammed VI, Chairman of Al Quds Committee, sent a message to president of the United States of America Donald Trump.

The US Mission to the United Nations informed the UN Secretary-General that the country is ending its participation in the Global Compact on Migration, announced a statement Saturday 2 décember 2017.

HM King Mohammed VI sent on Wednesday 29 november 2017, a message to the 5th African Union-European Union Summit in Abidjan in his capacity as Leader of the African Union on the Migration Issue.

The Council of the Moroccan Community living Abroad (CCME) took part to a round table on the « role of Moroccan cultural operators living abroad in national cultural development" Friday, November 24, 2017 at the Villa des Arts in Rabat. The meeting was organized within the "Visa for music" festival, held under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.

The European Council of Moroccan Ulema (CEOM) organized a meeting on Saturday, 25 November 2017 in Brussels on "the role of the imam in the European context: within current challenges and future challenges". Some 150 imams from different European countries intended the meeting.

The "Youth Forum for the Promotion of the culture of peace", was organized 22 November 2017, in the city of Fez, by the Ministry of Youth and Sports in partnership with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Citizenship Forum.

The meeting was attended by Mr Mustapha Al-Mourabit, delegate of the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME), in a seminar on "young people and the avoidance of violent extremism". He offered an analyzis on the theme :"Migration, dual affiliation and extremism".

Mr El-Mourabit  questionned the discursive latitude of the phrasing  « extremism, terrorism, violence, fundamentalism » and various other terms when it comes to expose the percibility  of extremism and violence. He questioned the essence of the words by saying that they could in fact thwart the understanding of the problems, rather than revealing them. He then asked if « extremism and terrorism were linked to a specific culture ».

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The delegate of the CCME warned against simplistic approaches which only focus on Islam and muslim youngsters when it comes to violence and extremism. He added that the statistics issued by the most distinguished international institutions show that violent and extremist acts, since 1972, are carried out  by citizens of American continent and Europe.

He then underlined the experience of the CCME by expressing the relationship of migration to multiculturalism, the call of members of the community to link  the culture of origin to the migrant culture.

The researcher,  also  noticed that until today the approaches – integration, assimiliation-have failed. Pointing out the reason why "the cultural clash persists, and is even getting more intense. And finding a solution to the dual affiliation and multiculturalism are a cause of isolation instead of bridges between the cultures. The consequence of this misconception is fear, ignorance, violence and extremism.

Dr. Mustafa Al-Morabit has studied the sociocultural approach, which focuses on « the mind and mind », an intermediate and long-term approach  pursued  by the CCME. He has analyzed some of his realizationsons on technical, religious, cultural and educational fields.

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