MINISTRY OF ENDOWMENT
& RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque - Muscat

Slovenia

Ljubljana: December 3, 2013 – January 2014
Under the auspices of the Centre of Islamic culture in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, the exhibition during a month on “Religious Tolerance: Islam in the Sultanate of Oman.” was inaugurated by the mayor of the city in the presence of senior clerics, an Omani delegation, the former President of Slovenia, members of the Arab diplomatic corps accredited in Ljubljana as well as more than 200 guests and visitors.
The Slovenian mayor particularly praised the commitment of Oman to the principles of openness and tolerance and expressed his high regard for Muslim society.
The head of the delegation of the Omani Ministry of Religious Affairs and habous Ahmed Saud Assiab, highlighted the importance of the historical heritage of Oman and the existence of all on its soil, including atheists and unbelievers. This is what distinguishes Oman in its daily life, inspired in the conduct of the Prophet Sidna Mohammed who was attending the funeral of a Jew out of respect to his human nature.Ljubljana: December 3, 2013 – January 2014
Under the auspices of the Centre of Islamic culture in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, the exhibition during a month on “Religious Tolerance: Islam in the Sultanate of Oman.” was inaugurated by the mayor of the city in the presence of senior clerics, an Omani delegation, the former President of Slovenia, members of the Arab diplomatic corps accredited in Ljubljana as well as more than 200 guests and visitors.
The Slovenian mayor particularly praised the commitment of Oman to the principles of openness and tolerance and expressed his high regard for Muslim society.
The head of the delegation of the Omani Ministry of Religious Affairs and habous Ahmed Saud Assiab, highlighted the importance of the historical heritage of Oman and the existence of all on its soil, including atheists and unbelievers. This is what distinguishes Oman in its daily life, inspired in the conduct of the Prophet Sidna Mohammed who was attending the funeral of a Jew out of respect to his human nature.