Sheikh Mohammed Dawood Milanzi, Muqadam of the Tariqa Tijania in South Africa, considered dealing with others on a common basis as an authentic Quranic principle. This came in his intervention on the second day of the scientific conference organized by the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Oulema section in South Africa under the title of the established religious constants: Foundations of African identity on 29 and 30 June 2019 corresponding to 24 and 25 Shawwal 1440 H.
The Sheikh focused on the common religious constants in the African continent, which are inspired by the people of the continent and its components in organizing their life and coexistence with other communities refering to the values of moderation away from extremism.
On the South African context, he pointed out to the need of reviving the common constants between the different religions in the country, such as Islam, Christianity and local religions. Sheikh Mohammed Milanzi called on Muslim scholars and Oulema to consolidate values of peace and coexistence in society by focusing on the religious fundamental constants that have been found in the Ash’ariyya, Matarid, Sunni doctrines and Sunni Sufism.
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