Abdul Karim Urbio, manager of Islamic Foundation of Colombia in this event in this meeting called the annual Islamic Unity Week, held by Iran's World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought as a coordinator of different ideologies across the Muslim world, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He referred to the circumstances of the new coronavirus pandemic as a discouraging when using the cyber media has proved its efficiency to promote Islamic rituals virtually.
He stressed that the experiences at the time of pandemic will add to the enthusiasm of the Muslims for the post-coronavirus era and their return to the mosques and promoted the values of fraternity, respect and tolerance among all Islamic denominations.
Sheikh Abdul Karim Paz, manager of al-Tawhid Mosque in Buenos Aires noted approaching the Almighty will bring Muslims closer to each other.
He warned of division among Muslims which will lead to weakening of the community and eventually domination of others on them.
According to the Argentinian scholar the reason for current division among Muslims is their shortcoming in obedience of the Almighty God.
Fuad Mousa, director of the Islamic center of Santiago in his speech praised the capacity of Muslims in Latin American and Spanish-speaking countries for providing a new approach in regards to the world crisis, particularly those in the Middle East, Arab and Muslim world.
Religious figures and thinkers from Latin American countries made the comments in the South America-Colombia regional webinar on the third day of the 34th Islamic Unity Conference held online due to the new coronavirus.
Iran's World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought has scheduled more than 350 speeches to be given during over 20 webinars of Muslim intellectuals and Islamic unity activists across the globe discussing "Islamic Cooperation in Face of Calamities and Disasters."