Dr. Ayesha Taha Abdul Jalil, professor of Sharia at King Faisal University in Chad, stated that the Kingdom of Morocco has built solid fundamentals based on religious faculties, through history, with the good practice of religion and its distinguished Oulema in spreading Islam and preserving its values of peace and coexistence.
In her speech on the last day of the third scientific communication session of the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Oulema, on the theme: “The Commandery of the Faithful and its place as a Referential in the preservation of common religious constants”, she considered the management of Islamicc Affairs in the Kingdom of Morocco is derived from the nature of the system of the country which is referring to protecting and preventing the religious fundamentals by following all the constitutions by her intervention about the functions of Imarat Al Mouminine in the preservation of the religion’s universals and values.
Dr. Ayesha stated that the functions of Amir Al Mouminine concerning the preservation of the universals of the Muslim religion, the method of managing religious affairs in the Moroccan Kingdom is based on a commitment to the fundamentals of Islam. She added that the institutions, and scientific seminars that sponsor religious affairs in the Kingdom of Morocco are under the actual presidency of Amir Al Mouminine such as the Mohammed VI institute of the formation of Imams, Mourchine and Mourchidate. As well as the establishment of mosques in the Kingdom and several African countries, the care of Religious studies through the religious lectures organized every Ramadan, and the distribution of the Muhammadian Quran in African countries.