The International Islamic News Agency has reported that the secretary-general of the Muslim World (MWL) League has met with the chairman of the Supreme Islamic Council of the African country of Chad, at the headquarters of MWL in Mecca. According to the report:
Dr. Abdullah Al Turki, secretary general of the Makkah-based Muslim World League (MWL), has met with Sheikh Hussein Hassan Abkar, chairman of the Supreme Islamic Council of Chad, at the headquarters of MWL here. During the meeting, they discussed issues of mutual concern. Dr. Al Turki was briefed on the general situation of Muslims in the African country. Their talks also focused on ways to strengthen cooperation between the two organizations, especially in promoting cultural activities being carried out by the Council as well as the King Faisal University of Chad.
Both the MWL and the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), both Saudi organizations strongly associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, are known to be active in Africa and U.S. government officials believe that the organizations help to spread Islamic extremism around the world as well as sponsoring terrorism in places such as Bosnia, Israel, and India.