It includes international arbitration centers, and addresses human rights suspicions and allegations of “Islamophobia.”
The Muslim World League "MWL" launches the visual identity of the International Commission of Jurists "ICJ", confirming that it has received official approval for its establishment.
Sheikh Dr. Al-Issa:
- The "ICJ" carries a global message with multiple goals in light of our Islamic values.
- The "ICJ" addresses, with its global competencies, the mistakes, pitfalls, and gaps of those leading (highly controversial human rights theses) without having the necessary tools.
- We are working to attract the most distinguished international talents specialized in the commission’s missions to become effective members and participate in its tasks and periodic reports.
- Islam is strong in its true being, and with its tools…only the weak fear dialogue and do not have a just cause …they always lack tools to show truth.
Al-Mutlaq: The commission received official approval which will be launched in accordance with the mission and goals of the Muslim World League "MWL" and it will be an important institutional addition to serving Islamic issues.
Al-Mutlaq: The Commission will support the rights of minorities around the world
His Excellency the Secretary General of the Muslim World League, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the International Commission of Jurists ICJ, His Eminence Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa inaugurated, at the league's headquarters in Mecca, the visual identity of the International Commission of Jurists, one of the specialized bodies affiliated to the MWL. A number of their Eminences and Excellencies the scientists, academics, forensic and legal specialists have witnessed the event.
His Excellency the Chairman of the Board of Directors began his speech with a comprehensive review of the draft vision, mission, goals and values of the "ICJ", stressing that the commission had received official approval for its launch from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which had founded the MWL and gifted it to the Islamic world. His Eminence continued, saying: "At the forefront of the Commission’s tasks is to highlight the true essence of Islam to confront the campaigns of ignorance and distortion, especially the allegations of Islamophobia." He stressed that Islam is strong in its true being and with its tools including scholars and thinkers. He pointed out that only the weak fear dialogue and do not have a just cause …they always lack the tools to show truth.
He pointed out that the "ICJ" addresses, with its global competencies, the mistakes, pitfalls, and gaps of those leading (highly controversial human rights theses) without having the necessary tools.
He stressed: " We are working to attract the most distinguished international talents specialized in the commission’s missions to become effective members and participate in its tasks and periodic reports."
His Excellency Dr. Al-Issa explained that the ICJ will cooperate with a number of governmental and private bodies, as well as international organizations, in light of reliable goals and directions, to support just causes.
While His Eminence the ICJ acting secretary, assistant undersecretary for legal affairs at the MWL, Sheikh Abdul Latif bin Youssef Al-Mutlaq, indicated that the commission had received an official approval and in light of this approval, it will be launched in accordance with the message and objectives of the League named in its statute. It will be an important institutional addition to serve contemporary Islamic issues in particular and humanity in general, as the justice of Islam is clear and comprehensive, with no distinction in its values, and no double standards. The commission, with God’s help, will also be effective in the domain of human rights dialogues and discussions, especially issues of allegations and inquiries related to some Islamic laws. The commission will form specialized and diverse committees according to points of discussion.
Al-Mutlaq explained that the commission will establish a global council of arbitrators and lawyers around the world, in order to unify efforts to support just causes and enhance awareness of professional ethics, it will also work to highlight the human rights aspects of Mecca Document, and mobilize efforts to advocate for just global causes, especially the rights of minorities.