WAMY Meets With Officials Of Small African Island


The website of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) has reported that the WAMY Assistant Secretary-General has met with the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Republic of the Comoros, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, located off the eastern coast of Africa. According to the report:

The participants reviewed the programmes implemented by WAMY in the Republic of the Comoros and challenges provided by the brotherly people of Comoros. The Comoros Minister praised the role of WAMY and asked that WAMY have a greater role in the Comoros, and said: “The people of the Comoros are in most need of the projects and programmes implemented by WAMY.

Interestingly, the preamble of the Comoros constitution guarantees an Islamic inspiration in governance and the Comorian legal system rests on Islamic law and as well as an inherited French (Napoleonic code) legal code. Almost all of the educated populace of the Comoros has attended Quranic schools at some point in their life, often before regular schooling. Both WAMY and the Muslim World League (MWL) are very active in Africa and both Saudi organizations are strongly associated with the Muslim Brotherhood. 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.

(Note: Arabic language source, machine translation)

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