We, the participants of the 11th Muslim International Forum on "Religion, identity and politics, and the transformation of values" which took place in London (Great Britain) from 14-16 December 2015, have agreed on a number of conclusions which we offer for the consideration of the world Ummah and people of good will in the following Resolution:
On 15 December the 11th Muslim International Forum on “Religion, identity and integration, and the transformation of values” started its work in the British capital. Participating in the conference were leaders of Muslim communities and muftis from Russia, Albania, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Iran, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, Finland, Estonia, and other countries.
On 23 September 2015, by the mercy of the Almighty, the new building of the Moscow Cathedral Mosque was opened after reconstruction. This was a historic day not just for the Muslim community of the RF but also for the whole country; it was a milestone on the path of the nation’s development. It was a sort of “Muslim” Day of Russia.
The 2nd International Science Education Conference “Bigiev readings” entitled “Islamic thought in the 21st century: the unity of tradition and renewal” took place in the Russian city of St. Petersburg on May 17-20.
We, participants of the 10th Muslim International Forum opened on 10 December 2014 in Moscow and entitled ‘Mission
of Religion and Responsibility of its Followers in the Face of the Challenges of Modernity’, representing Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, Estonia, Finland, Holland, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Mongolia, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan, sharing the values of justice, benevolence, broad public dialogue and mutual understanding, appeal to the public with the following:
The 10th Muslim International Forum took place in Moscow on December 10–12 2014. It was entitled ‘Mission of religion and responsibility of its followers in the face of the challenges of modernity’. The event gathered more than 500 participants from 20 countries. The main outcome of the 10th forum was a decision to establish an ‘Muslim International Forum’ as a permanent international organization.
Resolution of the 11 Muslim International Forum
Opening of the 11 Muslim International Forum in London
A “Muslim” Day of Russia
2nd “Bigiev readings” in St Petersburg
Joint Declaration of the 10 Muslim International Forum
10 Muslim International Forum. Results and Prospects