Educaislam, the training Centre of the Junta Islamica, has signed a cooperation agreement with the Muslim Network, Red Musulmanas this April.
Both entities have signed a collaboration agreement for the purpose of
deepening their relations initiatives and activities. As one of the main measures they will enhance all teaching innovation projects that respond to the educational needs of Muslim and young people with the aim of contributing to their empowerment and leadership and to combat Islamophobia.
The Halal Institute, an organization created by the Islamic association Junta Islamica, is organizing an international conference on the Islamic banking system. The aim of this event, according to the organizers, is to promote the Islamic banking system as an alternative to the economic crisis and discuss the experiences of different countries.
The Halal Institute is an entity responsible for Halal Certificate, a privately held brand of halal food sold in Spain. The Halal Institute is an initiative of the Junta Islamica, a Muslim association established in 1989 and composed primarily of Spanish converts to Islam.
The Islamic association “Junta Islamica”, created in 1989 and primarily composed of Spanish converts, has publicly condemned the references some terrorist groups have made about the re-conquest of the old Al-Andalus territory.
Mansur Escuero, Junta Islamica’s president, says such declarations damage the image of European Muslims. He added that Spanish Muslims are full European citizens with the same rights and obligations as any other citizen, and they aren’t trying to conquer any territories.
Led by the Grand Mufti of Bosnia, high Muslim authorities in Europe – shaykh Naim Ternava, Grand Mufti of Kosovo, Selim Muqaj, Grand Mufti of Albania, Sulejman Rexhepi, Grand Mufti of Macedonia, Dr. Mansur Escudero, President of the Junta Islamica of Spain, shaykha Halima Krausen, Germany, Mr. Hasan Le Gai Eaton, UK, shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad, UK and Jusuf Islam, UK, with shaykh Dr. Mustafa Ceric, have sent the ulema (Islamic scholars) in Pakistan a letter for peace, dialogue and understanding.
This call has been announced in Urdu, Arabic and English languages across the world, as a sign of European Muslims’ concern of everyday violence on Pakistani streets and mosques.