Muslim World League (MWL) Helps Build 200 New Mosques In France


An Italian news agency has reported that the Saudi Muslim World League (MWL) is part of an effort to build 200 new mosques in France. According to an ANSAMed report

PARIS, JULY 25 – France has 2,200 active mosques totaling 300,000 square meters, but given that each worshiper needs at least one square meter of space, that number should double in order to adequately serve all the faithful, according to the French Council of the Muslim Faith, which represents the French Muslims before the national government. About 200 new mosques are currently being built in France with funding from worshipers, Muslim countries, an the World Islamic League, a Saudi Arabia-based NGO that covers missing construction expenses, according to Le Monde daily’s website. France has been criticized in past years because of Muslims worshiping in the streets, especially in multi-ethnic neighborhoods. (ANSAMed).

A post from December 2011 reported that the Secretary General of the MWL met with Ahmed Al-Rawi, a leader in the U.K and European Muslim Brotherhood. 

The Muslim World League was established in 1962 as a means for the propagation of Saudi “Wahabbi” Islam. Muslim Brothers played an important role in its founding and, to date, the League has been strongly associated with the Brotherhood.

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