World Federation of Islamic Missions (WFIM)
Fédération mondiale des missions islamiques
1958 Karachi Pakistan
1958, Karachi (Pakistan), as an Islamic missionary organization. Registered in accordance with Pakistan law.
Serve in all parts of the world through exposition, propagation and implementation of teachings and ideas of Islam; establish and maintain Islamic mission and other humanitarian institutions for the propagation of Islam; establish and maintain institutions for training Islamic missionaries, scholars and muslim social workers; conduct research on Islam and other religions and ideologies; publish literature propagating the cause of Islam; establish and maintain mosque, lecture halls, libraries and other institutions for Islamic cultural activities.
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Annual General Meeting; Board of Directors (meets quarterly), of 15 to 30 members elected for life, nominates members of Council of Learning. Executive Board, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary General, Joint Secretary, Treasurer and Directors (for Education, Publications, Health, Social Welfare, International Affairs).
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