• 12.12.2019

We, participants of the 15th International Muslim Forum / IMF /, organized in Berlin by the Permanent Secretariat of the IMF (Moscow), the Religious Board of Muslims of the Russian Federation (Moscow), and the Islamic Federation of Berlin, having discussed the moral and legal grounds, prerequisites, and prospects for further development of interreligious and intercultural dialogue in response to the modern universal human civilizational and geopolitical process, are herewith for the following:

1.              Communication of nations, communities, and cultures based on the desire for mutual comprehension and cooperation is natural, stemming from the moral nature of man. In the light of the migration processes that have taken up an all-embracing and irreversible nature, due to both economic and environmental factors, as well as military operations, the inter-civilizational and interreligious dialogue becomes not only an uncontested condition for the sustainable development of communities; it is being transformed from transnational cross-border phenomenon into the process, which holds modern societies together from the inside at the level of local communities, professional guilds, the humanitarian sphere from philosophy, literature, and visual arts to charity and volunteer movements. In this regard, participants of the 15th International Muslim Forum highlight the great importance of creating and developing platforms and initiatives that help representatives of different cultures understand each other and overcome various prejudices.

Resolution of the 15th Muslim International Forum
  • 10.10.2019
Report of the Chairman of the Religious Board of Muslims of the Russian Federation and the Council of Muftis of Russia Sheikh Mufti Ravil Gaynutdin at the 7th Congress of the Religious Board of Muslims of the Russian Federation
Report of the Chairman of the Religious Board of Muslims of the Russian Federation and the Council of Muftis of Russia Sheikh Mufti Ravil Gaynutdin at the 7th Congress of the Religious Board of Muslims of the Russian Federation
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In the mid-19th century, one of the largest Muslim scholars and intellectuals was born in Egypt, who had a huge impact on modern Islamic society and who is called the founder of Muslim modernism. His name is Muhammad Abdo.
Muhammad Abdo (1849-1905) and independence of opinion
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Executive Secretary of the Muslim International Forum Damir Mukhetdinov  met with the rector of the Islamic University of Medina, Dr. Abdullah al-Atibi. The meeting took place in the university residence of the rector in Medina.
Executive Secretary of the Muslim International Forum visited Saudi Arabia
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Khaled Abu al-Fadl (born 1963 in Kuwait) is one of the largest contemporary Islamic scholars and Islamic scholars. Al-Fadl is Distinguished Professor of Law and Head of the Islamic Studies Program at the University of California at Los Angeles, who wrote hundreds of articles and dozens of books on Sharia, the issue of fiqh reform, the problem of Islam and human rights, and on the situation of women in Islam.
Abou El Fadl. Ijtihad as a path to ethical humanism