In addition to the host Bahrain, a number of other Arab countries such as Saudi Arabia, UAE, Jordan, Qatar, Morocco, and Egypt participated in the summit, while Iraq and Lebanon opposed the meeting.
" President Erdogan's stance is a reflection of the Libya Political Agreement, which was created as a result of the conference held in Skhirat, Morocco in late 2015 and the global consensus that was achieved regarding the LPA following the Rome Conference.
In other countries such as Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, Tunisia, and Iraq, the Muslim Brotherhood established political parties that officially served as political actors.
Telling of the current geo-religious landscape was the visit of the King of Jordan to Morocco to visit King Mohammed VI in late March 2019.
After remaining silent to the attacks towards legitimate forces in Tripoli, the UN initiated negotiations in Skhirat, Morocco, with the aim of a "political solution" in Libya, when Haftar was in a risky situation.
This week, Belgium PM resigned after signing a migration deal with Morocco.
” These are Tunisia, Jordan, Morocco and Kuwait.
1975, Morocco - lives and works in Tetouan, Morocco) presents a compelling work titled Tâqiya-Nôr (Hat-light) from 2016.
Erdogan also received phone calls from leaders of Middle Eastern countries, such as Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Morocco, Iraq and Palestine.
But who are these “Muslims?” And do they have a special status according to the German constitution or do they need special treatment? Does Article 4 of the German constitution (freedom of faith, conscience, and creed) not protect Muslim rights as much as it does Christian rights? Do Muslims need a tolerance range due to a constitutional lack? Or, does Kauder just mean the (approximately 3 million) Turkish Muslim population who are living in Germany or the 1 million Syrian refugees or even other German Muslim groups with a background from Morocco, Lebanon, Bosnia, Iran, Iraq etc.
This roadmap, foreseeing amendments to the Libya Political Agreement (LPA), which was signed in Morocco in 2015, was approved by the House of Representatives based in Tobruk.
Hosted by Istanbul University, the workshop was held on 9-10 April 2017 in Istanbul, nearly 100 people attended, including rectors, vice rectors, experts, landscape architects, city planners, academic staff, executive officers from the ministries of environment, and energy managers and stakeholders from 20 different countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Jordan, Russia, India, Brazil, Colombia, Greece, Hungary, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan, Egypt and Morocco.
Thousands of miles of border walls have been built mainly for security reasons, between Botswana and Zimbabwe, India and Bangladesh, from China to North Korea, from Turkmenistan to Uzbekistan, from Saudi Arabia to Yemen, from Spain to Morocco, from North Ireland to England, from the USA to Mexico and most dramatically from Israel to Palestine.
According to his reference point– liberal and secular Muslims from Morocco and Algeria, who according to him seem to be the only decent Muslims existing – he offers his readers categorical solutions to deal with the problem of Islam and Muslims in the West.