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Egypt: World Peace Report Praises Mufti Role in Promoting Peace Culture

World Peace Report (WPR) 2011 that has been issued in Davos on Monday 30/1/2012 lauded Mufti Ali Gomaa's active role in promoting peace culture world wide.

He is also trying to improve the relation between the Western and Islamic worlds in more than one forum to lay the foundation for a positive and common action, the report added.

President of the center that issued the report Dr. Steve Kilala said that the Mufti has devoted himself to the benefit of all humanity and not for Muslims only.

Kilala added that the Mufti clarifies the methodology of peace, which is the basic idea in Islam, and has the capabilities and great potential to communicate with the world.

He warned all western forums from the danger on relying on distorted and twisted interpretations that has no Islamic basis.

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