Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates are not participating in the conference to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have not been invited to participate in it, but Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has refused to attend the Kuala Lumpur conference, saying he does not want to be involved in any process of partition of the Muslim. No clear agenda has been issued for this conference yet. The four-day conference will conclude on Saturday in which issues like Kashmir, Palestine, Syria, Myanmar, Yemen and Xinjiang will be discussed. The conference is attended by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo ۔an, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Qatar’s Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and other leaders. Saudi Arabia has said at the Kuala Lumpur conference that it is a wrong forum to discuss the problems facing one billion 75 million Muslims in the world. Such issues should be discussed only on the forum of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). A statement issued by the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Office states that invitations were issued to all seventy-seven countries of the OIC to attend this conference, but about twenty of them are participating and among them Even a few heads of state are expected to attend the government.
Why was it necessary to expel some different countries and hold a news conference?
The Kuala Lumpur Conference is for setting up an OIC alternative platform after the non-participation of countries such as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates and raising concerns that international leaders have expressed concern. Has changed its stance and said that this will not happen at this conference but it is noteworthy that a few days ago Malaysian Prime Minister has openly expressed opposition to the OIC and said that the OIC Has failed to resolve conflicts between Muslim countries. That is why the conference in Malaysia is being strongly defended by various important countries of the Muslim world. Observers say that no matter how good the speeches made at the conference, it is certain that the Kuala Lumpur conference will result in a split in the Muslim world. Calling Iran and Qatar a conference, and not inviting countries like Saudi Arabia, is also seen as an attempt to isolate the Islamic State of Saudi Arabia. Suddenly forgetting the 50-year-old role of the OIC and Saudi Arabia and creating a new block is not right. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has always arranged to support the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) so that it can better contribute to solving the Muslim world’s problems. As an important country in the world and as a country, the Brotherhood has played an important and important strategic role in promoting Islamic solidarity. After the UN organization, the Islamic Cooperation Organization is considered to be the second largest global organization. Thanks to major initiatives and important roles, the Kingdom is the backbone of Saudi Arabia’s balance, especially as a result of resolving numerous issues and differences and hindering those who seek to indirectly or indirectly interfere with Islamic countries. Are. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, whenever they suffers from political, economic, or natural disasters in times of trouble, it extends a helping hand to its brothers.
How couldn’t this be done on the OIC platform?
Since its inception, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has considered the tragedies of the Muslim as a tragedy, as the seeds of Islamic unity were sown by King Abdul Aziz in 1926 when he called for an Islamic summit in Mecca, which resulted in many resolutions. And the path of Islamic unity paved the way. The question regarding the Malaysia Conference is being raised very loudly: If the Kuala Lumpur Conference aims to address the problems facing the Muslim world.