It has just been announced that Shaikha Lubna Al Qasimi (UAE Minister of State for Tolerance) and Ahmad Tomasz Miskiewicz (Grand Mufti of Poland and head of the Muslim Religious Association) met on Saturday in Dubai. Their discussion was based on the UAE’s National Tolerance Programme and cooperation between the UAE ad Poland in order to promote tolerace.
This Nation Tolerance Programme is built on the values of Islam; the legacy left behind by the UAE founder, late Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. It includes the Emirati’s values, common human values, international charters and common sense.
During the meeting, Shaikha Lubna and Miskiewicz discussed tolerance programme’s main points: promoting tolerance among youth and steering them away from extremism, strengthening the government’s role as an incubator of tolerance, integrating international efforts to promote tolerance, consolidating the family’s role in nation building and cultural content.
Shaikha Lubna said in a statement that the UAE’s foreign relations are based on the national principles of peace, cooperation, mutual respect and philanthropy. He also said that Islam seeks to promote tolerance and coexistence.
The UAE is known to be a pursuer to eliminate modern threats to all people regardless of gender, faith, race or colour.
Habitants of the UAE are focused on promoting tolerance and coexistence, and would continue to make humanitarian efforts that benefit humanity through the developments of projects ad charity.
The Polish Grand Mufti said “The total number of Muslims in Poland is around 45,000 and their ancestors arrived there in the 14th century”.