During the 8th, 9th and 10th of May, a delegation of the Seville Mosque Foundation was invited to participate in the Internation Summit of Moderate Islamic Leaders, Isomil, organized by Nahdlatul Ulama in Jakarta, Indonesia.
It was a real honor for us to attend and participate in this transcendental event, during which representatives from different countries of the world presented their proposals for better coexistence of society in countries of both majority and minority of muslims, emphasising in ways to end the so-called ´Islamic terrorism’.
Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) was established on January 31, 1926 in Surabaya as a response to the rise of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia and Islamic modernism in Indonesia. NU is the largest independent Islamic organization in the world with a membership of more than 50 million people.
The Spanish delegation was composed by Malik Ruiz, president of the Islamic Community in Spain (CIE) and Seville Mosque Foundation. Ibrahim Hernandez, vice president of the Seville Mosque Foundation. Bashir Castiñeira, Director of the Great Mosque of Granada and Muhsin Sierra, director of public relations of the Seville Mosque Foundation.