19 Dec 2023

Congress Sessions

7. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL CONGRESS
Model ASRICA Confederation Justice System (2023)
CONGRESS PROGRAM

December 23-24, 2023

DECEMBER 23, 2023 SATURDAY

09:00-18:00

TIME

DURATION

EVENT / ACTIVITY

 

09:00-09:10

 

10 Min.

Opening of the Program

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Ali Coşar

09:10-09:15

09:05-09:30

09:30-09:40

 

09:40-09:50

09:50-10:00

10:00-10:10

 

10:10-10:20

10:20-10:30

10:30-10:40

5 Min.

15 Min.

10 Min.

 

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

 

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

Imam of Hagia Sophia Mosque Prof. Dr. Mehmet Emin Ay Qur’an Recitation

Deputy President of Justice Defenders Strategic Studies Center (ASSAM) Nejat Özden Opening Speech

General Secretary of International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS)

Prof. Dr. Ali Muhyiddin el-Karadagi Greeting Speech

General Secretary of the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) Eyüp Akbal Greeting Speech

General Secretary of the International Jurist Union (IJU) Atty. Necati Ceylan Greeting Speech

Head of the Department of Basic Islamic Sciences and Tafsir at Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University

the Faculty of Islamic Sciences (FSMVU ISF) Prof. Dr. Mustafa Ozel Greeting Speech

The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) President Prof. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan Greeting Speech

The Grand Mufti of Syria, Sheikh Osama Al-Rifai

Member of Popular Conference for Palestinians Abroad Türkiye Coordination Office Lawyer Rim Naim

 

10:40-11:00

 

20 Min.

Keynote Speaker

President of Civilization Vision Academy Yusuf Kaplan / Türkiye

PALESTINIAN GENOCIDE IN THE LIGHT OF THE NEW GLOBAL DISORDER: RETHINKING UMMATIC SECURITY

I. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION AND JUSTICE / MODERATOR: ASSOC. PROF. ALİ FUAT GÖKÇE / 11:15-12:45

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

11:15-11:30

15 Min.

THE HOLY QUR'AN: SYMBOL OF THE UNITY OF THE UMMAH AND SOURCE OF ITS POWER

Dr. Mohammad Muzzammil Islami Afghanistan

11:30-11:45

15 Min.

EXPLANATION OF THE CONCEPT OF JUSTICE BASED ON THE QUR 'AN

Prof. Dr. Ali Rıza Gül / Türkiye

11:45-12:00

15 Min.

LEAVING SECTARIAN DIFFERENCES ASIDE IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ISLAMIC UNION JUSTICE ORGANIZATION

Dr. Metin Avcı / Türkiye

12:00-12:15

15 Min.

THE LEGAL TURMOIL AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE ISLAMIC WORLD

Ph.D. Candidate Oğuzhan Akyener Türkiye

12:15-12:30

15 Min.

THE FIGHT FOR JUSTICE IS THE CAUSE OF THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN PRIVILEGE AND SUPERSTITIOUS

Res. Suat Gün / Türkiye

12:30-12:45

15 Min.

ASSAM, ISLAMIC UNION AND JUSTICE!

Res. Nejat Özden / Türkiye

II. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION JUSTICE SYSTEM AND PRINCIPLES / MODERATOR: OĞUZHAN AKYENER / 12:55-14:25

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

12:55-13:10

15 Min.

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM IN THE ISLAMIC STATE

Dr. Misbahullah Abdulbaqi
Afghanistan

13:10-13:25

15 Min.

FINETUNING THE CONCEPT OF JUSTICE TO BRING IT CLOSER TO ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES

Asst. Prof. Sheila Ainon Yussof Malaysia

13:25-13:40

15 Min.

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM ON BEHALF OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES AND THE PARADIGM OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM TO BE ESTABLISHED

Res. Vet. Surg. Muhammet Taş Türkiye

13:40-13:55

15 Min.

MAIN AND SUBTITLES OF THE PRINCIPLE OF ISLAMIC JUSTICE DETERMINATION OF PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES IN THE DETERMINATION: BASES AND PRINCIPLES FOR DETERMINING THE MAIN AND SUBHEADINGS OF THE PRINCIPLE OF ISLAMIC JUSTICE

Dr. Mahmoud Massalha
Palestine

13:55-14:10

15 Min.

ECONOMIC JUSTICE TO ENSURE ISLAMIC UNITY

Prof. Dr. Ashraf Dawaba / Lebanon

14:10-14:25

15 Min.

WOMEN 'S RIGHTS IN THE ISLAMIC JUSTICE SYSTEM AND THE PROBLEM OF KNOWING THEM; THIRD THEME: PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES IN DETERMINING THE ORGANIZATIONAL AREAS OF THE ISLAMIC JUSTICE SYSTEM

Asst. Prof. Amina Bougrouz
Algeria

III. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION JUSTICE MECHANISM MODELS / MODERATOR: ASST. PROF. ERDAL AYDIN / 14:40-16:10

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

14:40-14:55

15 Min.

RULER AND JUSTICE IN MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC POLITICS: THE WHEEL OF JUSTICE

Assoc. Prof. Ahmet N. Özdal Türkiye

14:55-15:10

15 Min.

NŪR AL-DĪN MAḤMŪD ZANGĪ'S REINSTITUTION OF JUSTICE AND DAR UL-ADL

Dr. Abdulkadir Turan / Türkiye

15:10-15:25

15 Min.

THE ROLE OF THE FAQIHS (ISLAMIC LAWER) OF OLI MOZA IN THE POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL LIFE OF BUKHARA IN THE XI-XIII CENTURIES

Prof. Dr. Ilhomjon I. Bekmirzaev Uzbekistan

15:25-15:40

15 Min.

THE "SPONSOR COUNTRY" MODEL FOR EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES

Assoc. Prof. İbrahim Karataş Türkiye

15:40-15:55

15 Min.

EXEMPLARY CALIPHATE AND JUSTICE PRACTICES OF CALIPH OMAR BIN ABDULAZIZ!

Res. Nejat Özden / Türkiye

15:55-16:10

15 Min.

JUSTICE FOR SOCIAL HAPPINESS

Res. Ümit Bağatur / Türkiye

IV. SESSION: CURRENT PRACTICES ABOUT JUSTICE / MODERATOR: DR. DÜNDAR HOCAOĞLU / 16:20-17:50

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

16:20-16:35

15 Min.

PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF DEVELOPING THE ISLAMIC COUNTRIES UNION CONSTITUTION: THE NIGER REPUBLIC JUDICIARY SYSTEM

Res. Mansour Elh Amani / Niger

16:35-16:50

15 Min.

DETERMINATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE ORGANIZATION FOR JUSTICE IN INDIA: A CASE OF KASHMIR

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai / USA

16:50-17:05

15 Min.

SECTARIAN UNREST AND VIOLENCE AGAINST MUSLIMS IN INDIA AND SRI LANKA:

RECOMMENDATIONS, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH ON BUILDING ISLAMIC UNITY AND PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE

Prof. Dr. Muhammed Salim Muhammed Sultan Alnadawi
Sri Lanka

17:05-17:20

15 Min.

THE SOCIAL AND LEGAL STATUS OF AFGHAN WOMEN IN TALIBAN POLITICS IN AFGHANISTAN

Ph.D. Candidate Ramazan Ali Mahmoodi / Afghanistan

17:20-17:35

15 Min.

FAILURE OF INDIAN JUDICIARY IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR

Res. Atty. Abdul Rashid Turabi Kashmir

17:35-17:50

15 Min.

WHEN THE DESTROYED JUSTICE IS PROVIDED SYRIA WILL RETURN TO THE MUSLIM WORLD

Dr. Ahmed Muaffak Zaidan Syria

EVALUATION / PROF. DR. KAZIM UYSAL & PROF. DR. CENGİZ TOROMAN / 17:50-18:00

DECEMBER 24, 2023 SUNDAY

10:00-18:30

TIME

DURATION

EVENT / ACTIVITY

 

10:00-10:05

 

5 Min.

Opening of the Program

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Ali Coşar

 

10:05-10:25

 

20 Min.

Keynote Speaker

President of the International Islamic Liquidity Management Corporation (IILM) Asst. Prof. Dr. Umar A. Oseni / Nigeria

PROMOTING JUSTICE IN THE MUSLIM WORLD: THE ROLE OF OIC IN ESTABLISHING THE INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC COURT OF JUSTICE

I. SESSION: JUSTICE SYSTEMS IN GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS / MODERATOR: ASST. PROF. TUBA HACER KORKMAZ / 10:30-12:15

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

10:30-10:45

15 Min.

TOWARDS AN INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC COURT OF JUSTICE [IICJ]: ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS

Assoc. Prof. Hikmatullah Babu Sahib / Singapore

10:45-11:00

15 Min.

FOUNDATIONS AND PRINCIPLES OF JUSTICE IN THE UNITED NATIONS

Res. Sahar Zaki Kabel / Egypt

11:00-11:15

15 Min.

PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE ORGANIZATION REGARDING JUSTICE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Res. Ali Coşar / Türkiye

11:15-11:30

15 Min.

INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNION AND SEARCHES FOR JUSTICE

Atty. Ahmet Sorgun / Türkiye

11:30-11:45

15 Min.

COUNTERING EXTREMISM THROUGH CIVILIZATIONAL DIPLOMACY

Asst. Prof. Sidra Tariq Jamil Morocco

11:45-12:00

15 Min.

UNDERSTANDING FOREIGN POLICY TRENDS OF MUSLIM-MAJORITY STATES AND THEIR IMPACT ON NEW INTERNATIONAL ORDER

Dr. Emir Hadzikadunic
Bosnia Herzegovina

12:00-12:15

15 Min.

GAZA GENOCIDE IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ISLAMIC UNION:
FROM GAZA TO ISLAMIC COUNTRIES COMMON DEFENSE PACT

Ph.D. Candidate Asım Öztürk Türkiye

II. SESSION: THEORETICAL DISCUSSIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF JUSTICE / MODERATOR: ASST. PROF. DR. SERKAN ÜNAL / 12:25-13:55

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

12:25-12:40

15 Min.

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR PRACTICAL STEPS TOWARDS ESTABLISHMENT OF ISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEM

Assoc. Prof. Admir Mulaosmanović Bosnia Herzegovina

12:40-12:55

15 Min.

THE ISLAMIC JUDICIAL SYSTEM

Res. Abdullah Al-Hajjar Lebanon

12:55-13:10

15 Min.

INCONSISTENT OR INCOMPLETE LAW PROMOTES INJUSTICE

Res. Shahzad Shaukat
Pakistan

13:10-13:25

15 Min.

ISLAMIC ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE AND THE JOINT JUSTICE SYSTEM: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION

Ph.D. Candidate Aijaz Bashir Lone India

13:25-13:40

15 Min.

ECONOMIC JUSTICE IN ISLAM: IMPLEMENTATION IN THE MODERN CONTEXT

Dr. Abdulrahim Adada Muhammed Ghana

13:40-13:55

15 Min.

ASSESSING PROGRESS IN ISLAMIC SOLIDARITY ON THE BASIS OF NEEDS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Dr. Mustafa Öztop Türkiye

III. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION COMMON JUSTICE SYSTEM / MODERATOR: ASST. PROF. ÜVEYS ATEŞ/ 14:05-15:50

TIME

DURATION

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

14:05-14:20

15 Min.

DETERMINATION OF THE PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE COMMON JUSTICE SYSTEM FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION

Dr. Compoure Boukary Burkina Faso

14:20-14:35

15 Min.

PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR DEVELOPING FAIR LEGISLATION IN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

Dr. Omer Ahmed Ahmed Mukbil Morai / Yemen

14:35-14:50

15 Min.

PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES FOR DETERMINING THE ISLAMIC UNION'S STRATEGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM

Dr. Ahmed Aoudjeli Abdulvahid Chad

14:50-15:05

15 Min.

PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES FOR JOINT JUSTICE SYSTEM IN CONTEMPORARY MUSLIM WORLD

Retd. Major Gen. Dr. Shahid Hashmat / Pakistan

15:05-15:20

15 Min.

THE EFFECT OF HUMAN AND DIVINE JUSTICE SYSTEMS ON THE PEACE AND PEACE OF HUMANITY DURING CRIME-EXECUTION-RECREATION PROCESSES

Res. Ali Coşar / Türkiye

15:20-15:35

15 Min.

COMBINING OUR EFFORTS ON THE BASIS OF ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE TO ACHIEVE OUR

PROSPERITY AND DIGNITY

Res. Nourou Aboubakar Mohammad / Togo

15:35-15:50

15 Min.

CAPITALISTIC TAXATION LAWS AND ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE: AN ABSTRACT

Res. Muhammad Munir Ahmed Pakistan

EVALUATION / PROF. DR. ATİLLA BATUR & ASST. PROF. DR. RETD. BRIG. GEN. KAZIM DALKIRAN / 15:50-16:00

IV. EVALUATION SESSION / MODERATOR: PROF. DR. DANYAL SOYBAŞ / 16:00-18:30

 

16:00-16:30

 

16:30-16:40

16:40-16:50

16:50-17:00

17:00-17:10

17:10-17:20

17:20-17:30

17:30-17:40

17:40-17:50

17:50-18:00

18:00-18:10

18:10-18:20

18:20:18:30

 

30 Min.

 

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

10 Min.

Congress Executives

Session Moderators

Academicians Who Presented Paper

President of Istanbul Bar Association No. 2 Atty. Yasin Şamlı

Honorary President & President of High Advisory Board of the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) Av. Ali Kurt

Rector of İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim University Prof. Dr. Ahmet Cevat Acar

Rector of Philippines Cobato International Banksmoro University Prof. Dr. Refik Korkusuz

Rector of Afghanistan Selam University Dr. Misbahullah Abdulbaqi

Director of İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim University Center for Islam and Global Affairs Prof. Dr. Sami el-Arian

President of Civilization Vision Academy Yusuf Kaplan

President of Palestinian Solidarity Association Muhammed Mişeniş

TRNC President's Advisory Board Member Prof. Dr. Ata Atun

Islamic Law Retd. Prof. Dr. Orhan Çeker

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Ali Coşar

Vice President of ASSAM Nejat Özden

CLOSING / 18:30

12 May 2023

Model ASRICA Confederation Justice System

SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL CONGRESS DECLARATION

GENERAL

The aim of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congresses is to make determinations on an academic and political basis regarding current problems in world politics, especially in the Islamic countries, and to present a solution to the Islamic world and decision-makers about the necessary institutions for the gathering of Islamic countries under a will and the necessary legislation for these institutions.

It was decided to ensure the continuity of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congresses as a result of consultation with the NGO representatives and academicians from 27 Islamic countries participating in the first congress.a

Taking into account the main fields of activity of the states, “International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congresses” series, the first of which was held in 2017, the second in 2018, the third in 2019, the fourth in 2020, the fifth in 2021, and the sixth in 2022, and planned to be held every year, will be implemented this year, main topics are;

  1. Determination of the Legislation on Management Figures and Organs for the Islamic Union (2017-CARRIED OUT)
  2. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Economic Cooperation for the Islamic Union (2018-CARRIED OUT)
  3. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Defense Industry Cooperation for the Islamic Union (2019-CARRIED OUT)
  4. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Defense System for the Islamic Union (2020-CARRIED OUT)
  5. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union (2021-CARRIED OUT)
  6. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Public Order and Security for the Islamic Union (2022-CARRIED OUT)
  7. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Justice System for the Islamic Union (2023)

It is aimed that the institutions required for the gathering of Islamic countries under one will and the legislation of these institutions will be revealed as a model.

The first congress was held in Istanbul, where the ASSAM central office is located, on November 23-24, 2017, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, the Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW).

Representatives of non-governmental organizations and academicians from 27 Islamic countries attended the First International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress, abstracts were presented by 31 academicians from 11 countries and the declarations were published on the ASSAM Congress website. [[i]]

As a result of the congress, it was concluded that the “Islamic Countries Parliament” should be established and a “Ministry of Islamic Union” should be established in the Council of Ministers of each Islamic Country and the “Declaration of the Islamic Countries Confederation” approved by the ASSAM Executive Board; It was signed by 109 NGO officials, 29 from Islamic countries and 80 from Türkiye, and announced to the world public opinion through the press. [[ii]]

In addition, a model constitution draft was prepared for the confederation of Islamic countries, taking into account the provisions emphasized in the declarations. [[iii]]

Our second congress was held in Istanbul, where the ASSAM central office is located, on November 1-2, 2018, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, Justice Defenders Association (ASDER), the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW) and International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS).

To the Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress; representatives of non-governmental organizations and academicians from 29 Islamic countries participated, 58 declarations were presented by 66 academicians from 15 countries, and the presentations were published electronically in the ASSAM Congress WEB Site.

Taking into account the declarations presented in the Second congress and the Congress Final Report, the Second Congress Declaration, including the First Congress Declaration, was prepared, presented to the decision-making mechanisms, all guests and participants from the Islamic world, and the global public opinion, and published on our ASSAM Congress WEB Site. [[iv]]

Representatives of NGOs and academicians from 45 Islamic countries attended Third International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress and 58 declarations were presented by 57 academicians from 10 countries. Congress Final Declaration [[v]] and Abstracts [[vi]] have been published on the ASSAM Congress website.

Fourth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress is held on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Defense System for the Islamic Union with the main theme of “Model ASRICA Confederation Defense System” through video-conference method on December 12, 2020 with the participation of Üsküdar University (UU), Kütahya Dumlupınar University (DPU), Justice Defenders Association (ASDER) and Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) in Istanbul.

28 academicians from 15 Islamic countries presented 27 declarations in the Fourth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress. The Congress Declaration [[vii]] and Declarations Abstracts [[viii]] and the Declaration Full Text Book [[ix]], including the first, second and third congress declarations, have been published on our ASSAM Congress WEB site.

Fifth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress was held on December 18-19, 2021 by video-conference method in Istanbul with the participation of Kütahya Dumlupınar University (DPU), Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union was carried out with the main theme of “Model ASRICA Confederation Foreign Policy Strategy”.

37 academicians from 19 Islamic countries presented 39 declarations in the Fifth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress. The Congress Declaration [[x]] and Declarations Abstracts [[xi]] and the Declaration Full Text Book [[xii]], including the First, Second, Third and Fourth Congress Declarations, have been published on our ASSAM Congress WEB site.

Sixth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress was held on November 12-13, 2022 by video-conference method in Istanbul with the participation of International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW), Kütahya Dumlupınar University (DPU) and Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Public Order and Security for the Islamic Union was carried out with the theme of “Model ASRICA Confederation Public Order and Internal Security Organization”.

34 academicians from 16 Islamic countries presented 32 declarations in the Sixth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress. The Congress Declaration [[xiii]] and Declarations Abstracts [[xiv]] and the Declaration Full Text Book [[xv]], including the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Congress Declarations, have been published on our ASSAM Congress WEB site.

Our last congress, which is planned to be held within and under the coordination of ASSAM, will be held online on December 23-24 this year via video-conference with the participation of International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW), International Jurist Union (IJU), Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University the Faculty of Islamic Science (FSMVU ISF) and Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and with the cooperation of NGOs of Islamic World. THE SECOND SERIAL ASSAM CONGRESSES which will be held and continued following the year 2024, is being projected to offer SOLUTION RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE CRISES IN THE REGIONS OF CRISIS OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY.

The languages of the congress will be Turkish, English and Arabic. Presentations will be interpreted simultaneously (instantly). Abstracts and declarations will be published in book form on the ASSAM Congress WEB Site. Declarations may be published electronically in the ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD), provided that they pass through the referee process. Those who want to have their declarations published in our ASSAM International Refereed Journal (UHAD) who sent declarations to our congress should prepare their declarations in accordance with the declarations preparation format of our refereed journal[xvi] and upload them to the system via the link given below. The link to the refereed journal is below.[xvii] Declarations/articles in the refereed journal will be published after the refereeing process.

The Congress Conclusion Reports to be prepared for execution will also be sent to decision-making mechanisms and all invitees and participants from the Islamic world and will be published on the ASSAM Congress WEB site.

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

57 of the 206 States in the World (27% of the member states), 1,859,779,580 of the 7,916,525,000 world population (23.49% of the world population), the Islamic geography, which is owned by 57 Islamic Countries, covers 30.9 million km2 (20.6% of the lands of the whole world) of the world's 150 million km2, with the bloc they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  • Which is located in the center of the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the world island,
  • Which is controlling the Gibraltar, Bab El-Mendeb, Hormuz, Çanakkale and Istanbul straits and the Suez Canal, which are considered the gateways to the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Black Sea, which is the world's largest inland seas,
  • Which have coasts to the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Black Sea, Red Sea and Caspian Sea,
  • Which is bordered by land and sea to the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa, to the global powers of the world such as the European Union, Russia, India and , China, and to the United States by sea,
  • Which have the opportunity to be the center of the land, air and sea transportation routes without alternatives,
  • Which owns 55.5% of the world's oil reserves, 45.6% of its production also 64.1% of natural gas reserves, 33% of its production,

By combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical background with its opportunities, efforts and goals, it has the potential to become the superpower of the future.

GLOBAL ATTACKS TO THE ISLAMIC WORLD

In its geography where it should be sovereign, the Islamic world has become the site of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric World War III, in which the ethnic and sectarian units within the unitary structures of each Islamic country are fighting each other.

Despite the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into a great turmoil with the interventions of the imperialist western states. As a result of this turmoil, great suffering and destruction are experienced in the Islamic countries. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes or dying. Thousands of Muslims die in various ways on the migration routes, and those who manage to migrate are doomed to live in poverty and misery.

According to the official data of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, as of 2021, according to official records, 6.6 million Syrian citizens immigrated around the world. ([xviii]) This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian refugees migrated to Türkiye (3,388,698), Iraq (262,218), Jordan (660,605), Egypt (145,157), Lebanon (805,326) and other countries in North Africa (41,742). Apart from these figures, there are intense attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lose their lives in the Mediterranean. Despite these adversities, the total number of registered refugees crossing into Europe from April 2011 to January 2021 was 1,022,142. ([xix])

The World War III is being waged as an undeclared war (hybrid war) against Islamic countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims, who were left without a government, tried to continue their existence by establishing small states, but because they lost their unity and solidarity, they became an easy to swallow for global powers. The United States, European Union, England, France, Russia and China aim to establish authority in Islamic countries by waging proxy wars with the terrorist organizations they control and the asymmetric war methods they apply in order to seize the Islamic geography.

SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL CONGRESS

Our congress was held on December 23-24, 2023 in video-conference method. In our congress, the subject of “Determination of the Principles and Procedures of the Common Justice System for the Islamic Union” will be examined under the main theme of “Model ASRICA Confederation Justice System”.

The topics of the declarations to be presented by the academicians and researchers who will participate in the Seventh International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress to be held with the participation of International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW), International Jurist Union (IJU), Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University the Faculty of Islamic Sciences (FSMVU ISF) and Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) will be examined under the following headings.

 

CONGRESS SUBTITLES

  1. Religious References of the Islamic Union
  2. Islamic Union and International Law
  3. Regulatory Rules of the Islamic Union: Principle of Justice
  4. Basic Principles of the Islamic Justice System
  5. Justice Systems of Multinational Empires in History
    1. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Roman Empire
    2. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Byzantine Empire
    3. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Islamic State during the Time of the Prophet Muhammad
    4. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Islamic State during the Time of the Rashidun Caliphate
    5. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Umayyad Caliphate
    6. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Islamic State during the Time of the 5th Caliph Umar bin ‘Abd al-‘Aziz
    7. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Abbasid Caliphate
    8. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Seljuk Empire
    9. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Ottoman Empire
  6. Justice Systems of Today's Multinational Global Powers
    1. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the United States of America
    2. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Russian Federation
    3. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Justice in the Republic of South Africa
    4. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the European Union
    5. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in the People's Republic of China
    6. Principles and Procedures of the Organization for Justice in India
  7. Criticism on the Global System in Context of the Islamic Principle of Justice
  8. Model ASRICA Confederation Justice System Organization
    1. Inter-Islamic States Justice Commission
    2. Principles and Procedures of Institutional Structuring of the Inter-Islamic States Justice System
    3. Principles and Procedures of Determining the Regulatory Areas of the Islamic Justice System
    4. Principles and Procedures of Determining the Main and Subtitles of the Principle of Islamic Justice
    5. Principles and Procedures of Determining the Hierarchy of Islamic Union Norms of Justice
    6. Principles and Procedures of Harmonization between the Legislature of the Islamic Union and the Legislature of the Member States
    7. Principles and Procedures of Harmonization of the Legislation of the Member States with the Principles of Islamic Justice
    8. Principles and Procedures of Developing the Islamic Countries Union Constitution
    9. Principles and Procedures of Developing Fair Legislation in Islamic Countries
    10. Relations with Non-Islamic Union Countries and the Principle of Justice
    11. Principles and Procedures of Determining the Strategy for the Development of Islamic Union Justice System
    12. Sharing the Islamic Union Studies with the Public Opinions of Islamic Countries; Publishing the Studies to be Presented by the Intellectual and Academic Environments for the Ideal of Unity as Turkish, English and Arabic
  9. Organization, Authorities and Responsibilities of Model ASRICA Confederation of Islamic Countries Ministry of Justice

 

SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL

CONGRESS PROGRAM

 IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline : September 15, 2023
  2. Announcement of accepted abstracts : October 15, 2023
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts : November 15, 2023
  4. CONGRESS DATE : December 23-24, 2023

 

[[i]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2017/abstracts-book-17.html   

[[ii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2017/congress-declaration-17.html  

[[iii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2017/model-confederation-constitution.html

[[iv]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2018/congress-declaration-18.html  

[[v]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2019/congress-declaration-19.html  

[[vi]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2019/abstracts-book-19.html  

[[vii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2020/congress-declaration-20.html   

[[viii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2020/abstracts-book-20.html  

[[ix]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2020/proceedings-book-20.html  

[[x]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2021/congress-declaration-21.html  

[[xi]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2021/abstracts-book-21.html  

[[xii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2021/proceedings-book-21.html  

[[xiii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2022/congress-declaration-22.html 

[[xiv]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2022/abstracts-book-22.html 

[[xv]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2022/proceedings-book-22.html 

[[xvi]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/congress-2023/format-for-full-text-and-abstract-23.html  

[[xvii]] https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/assam 

[[xviii]] https://www.easo.europa.eu/sites/default/files/EASO-Asylum-Report-2020-Executive-Summary-TR.pdf

[[xix]] https://data2.unhcr.org/en/situations/syria

12 May 2023

7th International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress Program

 

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline: September 15, 2023
  2. Announcement of accepted abstracts: October 15, 2023
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts: November 15, 2023
  4. CONGRESS DATE: December 23-24, 2023

 

03 Nov 2022

6th Congress Abstracts Book

6th International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress Abstracts Book is published.

Click to the link to reach the abstracts book.

31 Oct 2022

Congress Sessions

6. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL CONGRESS
Model ASRICA Confederation Public Order and Internal Security Organization (2022)
CONGRESS PROGRAM

November 12-13, 2022

NOVEMBER 12, 2022 SATURDAY

09:00-20:30

09:00-10:20

Opening of the Program

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Necmettin Keleş

09:00-09:10

09:10-09:20

09:20-09:40

09:40-09:50

09:50-10:00

10:00-10:10

Imam of Hagia Sophia Mosque Prof. Dr. Mehmet Emin Ay Qur’an Recitation

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Necmettin Keleş Briefing on Congress

President of Justice Defenders Strategic Studies Center (ASSAM) Retd. Brig. Gen. Adnan Tanrıverdi Opening Speech

General Secretary of International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) Prof. Dr. Ali Muhyiddin el-Karadagi Greeting Speech

General Secretary of the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) Eyüp Akbal Greeting Speech

The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) Deputy President Mustafa Hacımustafaoğulları Greeting Speech

10:10-10:30

Keynote Speaker

Holder of Al-Ghazali Chair of Epistemology, Civilizational Studies and Renewal at International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization at International Islamic University Malaysia (ISTAC-IIUM) Emer. Prof. Osman Bakar / Malaysia

RETHINKING NATIONAL AND UMMATIC SECURITY IN THE LIGHT OF THE NEW GLOBAL DISORDER

I. SESSION: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF INTERNAL SECURITY / MODERATOR: PROF. DR. YAKUP BULUT / 10:30-12:55

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

10:30-10:50

PUBLIC ORDER PROBLEMS IN MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC CITIES AND MEASURES TAKEN TO ENSURE SECURITY

Assoc. Prof. Ahmet N. Özdal Turkiye

10:55-11:15

THE POLICY OF PUBLIC ORDER IN EGYPT DURING THE PERIOD OF SALADIN (1169-1193)

Dr. Abdulkadir Turan / Turkiye

11:20-11:40

INTERNAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PRESENT

Prof. Dr. Cengiz Toraman Turkiye

11:45-12:05

THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INSTITUTIONS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND THE PROTECTION OF THE CONSUMERS AND PRODUCERS LESSON FOR THE PRESENT

Ph.D. Candidate Shah Fahad Yousufzai / Pakistan

12:10-12:30

STATUS OF WOMEN AND THEIR SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND INTERNAL SECURITY CONTRIBUTION DURING OTTOMAN PERIOD

Ph.D. Candidate Aijaz Bashir Lone / India

12:35-12:55

HOW TO EXERCISE AND TRANSFER THE ABSTRACT RIGHTS IN LIGHT MECELLE: OTTOMAN COURTS MANUAL

Ph.D. Candidate Muhammad Nazir Khan / Pakistan

II. SESSION: TODAY'S INTERNAL SECURITY PHENOMENON - I / MODERATOR: PH.D. CANDIDATE CAHİT TUZ / 13:15-15:40

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

13:15-13:35

JOINT SECURITY PACT BETWEEN TURKEY, SYRIA AND IRAQ

Assoc. Prof. Hüseyin Şeyhanlıoğlu / Turkiye

13:40-14:00

NATIONAL SECURITY IN THE UNITED STATES: INSTITUTIONS AND POLICIES

Dr. Essam Abdulshafy / Egypt

14:05-14:25

TURKEY'S MEDIATION ROLE IN ESTABLISHING CEASEFIRE AND PEACE IN THE UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR

Prof. Dr. Mesut Hakkı Caşın Turkiye

14:30-14:50

HMEIMIM AIR BASE: RUSSIAN’S TOOL IN EXPANDING TOWARD AFRICA

Dr. Ahmad Zaidan / Syria

14:55-15:15

THE GROWTH OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ITS IMPACT AND IMPLICATIONS ON THE COMMON FOREIGN AND INTERNAL SECURITY POLICY

Res. Jr. Atty. Yazan Shobaki Palestine

15:20-15:40

INTERNAL SECURITY IN EU INSURANCE OF QUALITY OF LIFE AND PROTECTION OF VALUES: GUIDELINES FOR MUSLIM GEOGRAPHY

Assoc. Prof. Admir Mulaosmanović / Bosnia Herzegovina

III. SESSION: TODAY'S INTERNAL SECURITY PHENOMENON - II / MODERATOR: ASSOC. PROF. CANTÜRK CANER / 16:00-18:00

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

16:00-16:20

PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE ORGANISATION FOR PUBLIC ORDER AND INTERNAL SECURITY: A CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Sheikh Idrissa Muhammad Malawi

16:25-16:45

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION AND SECURITY THREATS IN ALGERIA

Dr. Amina Bougrouz / Algeria

16:50-17:10

SECURITY IN NIGER; COOPERATION WITH TURKIYE

Res. Mansour Elh Amani

Niger

17:15-17:35

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ON LEGISLATURE ROLE IN CURBING CORRUPTION IN LIBERIA

Asst. Prof. Abdulai M. Kaba Liberia

17:40-18:00

IN THE CONTEXT OF THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA DURING THE POST-COLONIAL PERIOD; TURKEY'S AFRICAN INVESTMENTS EXAMPLE OF “RENAISSANCE DAM”

Prof. Dr. Ayhan Orhan

PhD. Candidate Erkan Oflaz Turkiye

IV. SESSION: TODAY'S INTERNAL SECURITY PHENOMENON - III / MODERATOR: PROF. DR. CENGİZ TORAMAN / 18:15-20:30

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

18:15-18:35

CONCEPTS OF ISLAM, ITS POLITICIZATION AND RESULTANT INSTABILITIES IN CENTRAL ASIA

Prof. Dr. Ilhomjon I. Bekmirzaev / Uzbekistan

18:40-19:00

WHY THE CHINESE DOMESTIC GOVERNANCE AND INTERNAL SECURITY FRAMEWORK MATTER IN THE PRACTICE OF CHINA’S GLOBAL ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY IN ITS EXPANSIVE FOREIGN POLICY

Asst. Prof. Sidra Tariq Jamil Morocco

19:20-19:40

PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE ORGANIZATION FOR PUBLIC ORDER AND INTERNAL SECURITY IN INDIA: THE CASE OF KASHMIR

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai / USA

19:45-20:05

HINDUIZED SECURITIZATION OF KASHMIR: CEMENTING THE OCCUPATION

R.A. Riyaz Ul-Khaliq / Kashmir

20:10-20:30

SULU ARBITRATION: RIDICULOUS CLAIMS OF A LONG-LOST SOVEREIGN

Lt. Cdr. (Hon) Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Hazmi Mohd Rusli Malaysia

NOVEMBER 13, 2022 SUNDAY

10:00-19:30

10:00-10:10

Opening of the Program

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Necmettin Keleş

I. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION INTERNAL SECURITY VISION - I / MODERATOR: ASST. PROF. FEHMİ AĞCA / 10:15-12:15

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

10:15-10:35

TOWARDS A COMMON INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC PUBLIC ORDER AND INTERNAL SECURITY ARCHITECTURE: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES

Assoc. Prof. Hikmatullah Babu Sahib / Singapore

10:40-11:00

DETERMINATION OF PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF COMMON ASSISTANCE AND SECURITY FOR ISLAMIC UNION

Dr. Compoure Boukary Burkina Faso

11:05-11:25

COOPERATION AND SECURITY FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION: AN ABSTRACT

Res. Muhammad Munir Pakistan

11:30-11:50

THE IMPORTANCE AND NECESSITY OF ESTABLISHING A JOINT UNIT FOR PUBLIC AND INTERNAL SECURITY ON BEHALF OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

Res. Vet. Surg. Muhammet Taş Turkiye

11:55-12:15

NEW SECURITY AREAS IN ISLAMIC UNION INTERNAL SECURITY CONSTITUTION

Ph.D. Candidate Asım Öztürk Turkiye

II. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION INTERNAL SECURITY VISION - II / MODERATOR: ASST. PROF. İLHAMİ GÜNAY / 12:30-14:30

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

12:30-12:50

CONCEPT AND PRINCIPLES OF INTERNAL SECURITY AND PUBLIC ORDER IN A MUSLIM STATE
(OR ISLAMIC CONFEDERATION)

Retd. Major Gen. Dr. Shahid Hashmat / Pakistan

12:55-13:15

AUTHORITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR OF THE ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES UNION (LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SECURITY IN CITY, RURAL, COAST AND BORDER AREAS): ASRICA CONFEDERATION LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Dr. Ahmed Aoudjeli Abdulvahid / Chad

13:20-13:40

JOINT INTELLIGENCE MODEL FOR COMMON PUBLIC SECURITY AND SECURITY TO ENSURE ISLAMIC UNITY

Res. Ümit Bağatur / Turkiye

13:45-14:05

CALIPHATE BETWEEN CHALLENGES AND HOPES

Dr. Ahmad Mawlana / Egypt

14.10-14.30

SECURITY OF COUNTRIES IN TRANSITIONAL PERIODS

Res. Sahar Zaki Kabel / Egypt

III. SESSION: ISLAMIC UNION INTERNAL SECURITY VISION - III / MODERATOR: PROF. DR. ESRA SARIKOYUNCU DEGERLİ / 14:45-16:45

TIME

NAME OF DECLARATION

AUTHOR

14:45-15:05

TECHNOLOGY BASED INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS TO ENSURE COMMON PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY IN CITIES

Prof. Dr. Yakup Bulut

Dr. R.A. M. Miraç Arslan Turkiye

15:10-15:30

SECURITY SOCIOLOGY, MEANING AND ELEMENTS

Ph.D. Candidate Ramazan Ali Mahmoodi / Afghanistan

15:35-15:55

AI-ASSISTED REGIONAL SECURITY DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM

Ph.D. Candidate Oğuzhan Akyener / Turkiye

16:00-16:20

CYBER SECURITY & DEFENCE: ITS IMPORTANCE IN MAINTAINING PUBLIC ORDER & INTERNAL SECURITY OF MUSLIM NATIONS

Asst. Prof. Sheila Ainon Yussof Malaysia

16:25-16:45

TOOLS TO IMPROVE FOOD SECURITY

Res. Mohamed Shehzad Singapore

IV. EVALUATION SESSION / MODERATOR: PROF. DR. HÜSAMETTİN İNAÇ / 16:45-19:30

 

16:45-17:50

 

17:50-18:00

18:00-18:10

18:10-18:20

18:20-18:30

18:30-18:40
18:40-18:50

18:50-19:00

19:00-19:10

19:10-19:20

19:20-19:30

Congress Executives

Session Moderators

Academicians Who Presented Paper

Police Academy Security Science Institute Deputy Director Assoc. Doc. Mustafa Yayla

Pakistan Minister for State and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) Senator Muhammad Talha Mahmood

President of Turkish Maritime and Global Strategies Center Ret. RAdm. Assoc. Prof. Cihat Yaycı

Rector of Yemen Iman University Prof. Dr. Abdulmecid Zindani

Rector of Afghanistan Selam University Dr. Misbahullah Abdulbaqi

Deputy Director General of Iran Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS) Dr. Khalil Shirgholami

Senior Researcher at Iran Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS) Dr. Morteza Aboutalebi

President of Civilization Vision Academy Yusuf Kaplan

President of Justice Defenders Strategic Studies Center (ASSAM) Retd. Brig. Gen. Adnan Tanrıverdi

Congress Coordinator of ASSAM Necmettin Keleş

CLOSING / 19:30

 

 

16 Mar 2022

6th International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress Program

 

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline: July 15, 2022
  2. Announcement of accepted papers: August 15, 2022
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts: September 15, 2022
  4. CONGRESS DATE: November 12-13, 2022

 

15 Mar 2022

Model ASRICA Confederation Public Order and Internal Security Organization

SIXTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL CONGRESS

DECLARATION

 

GENERAL

The aim of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congresses is to make determinations on an academic and political basis regarding current problems in world politics, especially in the Islamic Countries, and to present a solution to the Islamic World and decision-makers about the necessary institutions for the gathering of Islamic Countries under a will and the necessary legislation for these institutions.

It was decided to ensure the continuity of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congresses as a result of consultation with the NGO Representatives and academicians from 27 Islamic Countries participating in the First Congress.

Taking into account the main fields of activity of the states, “International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congresses” series, the first of which was held in 2017, the second in 2018, the third in 2019, the fourth in 2020, and the fifth in 2021, and planned to be held every year, will be implemented this year and in the following years, main topics are;

  1. Determination of the Legislation on Management Figures and Organs for the Islamic Union (2017-CARRIED OUT)
  2. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Economic Cooperation for the Islamic Union (2018-CARRIED OUT)
  3. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Defense Industry Cooperation for the Islamic Union (2019-CARRIED OUT)
  4. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Defense System for the Islamic Union (2020-CARRIED OUT)
  5. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Joint Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union (2021-CARRIED OUT)
  6. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Assistance and Security for the Islamic Union (2022),
  7. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Joint Justice System for the Islamic Union (2023)

It is aimed that the institutions required for the gathering of Islamic countries under one will and the legislation of these institutions will be revealed as a model.

The first congress was held in Istanbul, where the ASSAM central office is located, on 23-24 November 2017, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, the Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW).

Representatives of Non-Governmental Organizations and academicians from 27 Islamic Countries attended the First International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress, abstracts were presented by 31 academicians from 11 countries and the presentations were published on the ASSAM Congress website. [[i]]

As a result of the congress, it was concluded that the “Islamic Countries Parliament” should be established and a “Ministry of Islamic Union” should be established in the Council of Ministers of each Islamic Country and the “Declaration of the Islamic Countries Confederation” approved by the ASSAM Executive Board; It was signed by 109 NGO officials, 29 from Islamic countries and 80 from Turkey, and announced to the world public opinion through the press. [[ii]]

In addition, a model Constitution draft was prepared for the confederation of Islamic Countries, taking into account the provisions emphasized in the declarations. [[iii]]

Our second congress was held in Istanbul, where the ASSAM central office is located, on November 1-2, 2018, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, Justice Defenders Association, the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW) and International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS).

To the Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress; Representatives of Non-Governmental Organizations and academicians from 29 Islamic Countries participated, 58 declarations were presented by 66 academicians from 15 countries, and the presentations were published electronically in the ASSAM Congress WEB Site.

Taking into account the declarations presented in the Second Congress and the Congress final report, the Second Congress Declaration, including the First Congress Declaration, was prepared, presented to the decision-making mechanisms, all guests and participants from the Islamic World, and the world public opinion, and published on our ASSAM Congress WEB Site. [[iv]]

Representatives of NGOs and academicians from 45 Islamic Countries attended Third International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress and 58 declarations were presented by 57 academicians from 10 countries. Congress Final Declaration [[v]] and Abstracts [[vi]] have been published on the ASSAM Congress website.

Fourth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress is held on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Defense System for the Islamic Union with the main theme of “ASRICA Confederation Defense System” through video-conference method on December 12, 2020 with the participation of Üsküdar University (UU), Justice Defenders Association (ASDER) and Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) in Istanbul.

28 academicians from 15 Islamic Countries presented 27 declarations in the Fourth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress. The Congress Declaration [[vii]] and Declarations Abstracts [[viii]] and the Declaration Full Textbook [[ix]], including the first, second and third congress declarations, have been published on our ASSAM Congress WEB site.

Fifth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress will be held on December 18-19, 2021 by video-conference method in Istanbul with the participation of Justice Defenders Association (ASDER) and Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Joint Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union will be carried out with the main theme of “Model ASRICA Confederation Foreign Policy Strategy”.

37 academicians from 19 Islamic Countries presented 39 declarations in the Fifth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress. The Congress Declaration [[x]] and Declarations Abstracts [[xi]] and the Declaration Full Textbook [[xii]], including the First, Second, Third and Fourth Congress Declarations, have been published on our ASSAM Congress WEB site.

Within the body and coordination of ASSAM, Video-Conference method will be applied this year, in the first of our two subsequent congresses planned to be held. Our congress will be held with the participation and organization of Justice Defenders Association (ASDER), The Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW), International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS). The congress to be held in 2023 is planned to be held face-to-face in cooperation with the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World.

The languages of the congress will be Turkish, English and Arabic. Presentations will be interpreted simultaneously (instantly). Abstracts and declarations will be published in the ASSAM Congress WEB site by publishing into a book and placed electronically in the ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD). Those who want to have their declarations published in our ASSAM International Refereed Journal (UHAD) who sent declarations to our congress should prepare their declarations in accordance with the declarations preparation format of our refereed journal [xiii] and upload them to the system via the link given below. The link to the refereed journal is below. [xiv] Declarations/articles in the refereed journal will be published after the refereeing process.

The Congress Conclusion Reports to be prepared for execution will also be sent to decision-making mechanisms and all invitees and participants from the Islamic World and will be published on the ASSAM Congress WEB Site.

 

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

57 of the 206 States in the World (29% of the Member States), 1.859.779.580 billion of the 7,916.525,000 billion World Population (23.49% of the World Population), the Islamic Geography, which is owned by 57 Islamic Countries, covers 30.9 million km2 (20.6% of the Lands of the Whole World) of the world's 150 million km2, with the bloc they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  • Which is located in the center of the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the world island,
  • Which is controlling the Gibraltar, Bab-El Mendeb, Çanakkale and Istanbul straits and the Suez Canal, which are considered the gateways to the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Black Sea, which is the world's largest inland seas,
  • Which have coasts to the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Black Sea, Red Sea and Caspian Sea,
  • Which is bordered by land and sea to the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa, to the global powers of the world such as the European Union, Russia, India and, China, and to the United States by sea,
  • Which have the opportunity to be the center of the land, air and sea transportation routes without alternatives,
  • Which owns 55.5% of the world's oil reserves, 45.6% of its production also 64.1% of natural gas reserves, 33% of its production,

By combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical background with its opportunities, efforts and goals, it has the potential to become the superpower of the future.

 

GLOBAL ATTACKS TO THE ISLAMIC WORLD

In its geography where it should be sovereign, the Islamic World has become the site of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric World War III, in which the ethnic and sectarian units within the unitary structures of each Islamic Country are fighting each other.

Despite the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into a great turmoil with the interventions of the imperialist western states. As a result of this turmoil, great suffering and destruction are experienced in the Islamic countries. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes or dying. Thousands of Muslims die in various ways on the migration routes, and those who manage to migrate are doomed to live in poverty and misery.

According to the official data of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, as of 2021, according to official records, 6.6 million Syrian citizens immigrated around the world. ([xv]) This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian Refugees migrated to Turkey (3.645.140), Iraq (242.163), Jordan (662.790), Egypt (130.577), Lebanon (865531) and other countries in North Africa (31.657). Apart from these figures, there are intense attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lose their lives in the Mediterranean. Despite these adversities, the total number of registered refugees crossing into Europe from April 2011 to January 2021 was 1,022,142. ([xvi])

The World War III is being waged as an undeclared war (Hybrid War) against Islamic Countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims, who were left without a government, tried to continue their existence by establishing small states, but because they lost their unity and solidarity, they became an easy to swallow for global powers. The United States, European Union, England, France, Russia and China aim to establish authority in Islamic Countries by waging proxy wars with the terrorist organizations they control and the asymmetric war methods they apply in order to seize the Islamic Geography.

 

SIXTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL CONGRESS

Our congress will be held on November 12-13, 2022 with the organization. In our congress, the subject of “Determination of Common Public Order and Security Principles and Procedures for the Islamic Union” will be examined under the main theme of “Model ASRICA Confederation Public Order and Internal Security Organization”.

The topics of the declarations to be presented by the academicians who will participate in the Sixth International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress with the participation of Justice Defenders Association (ASDER), The Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW), International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), will be examined under the following headings.

 

CONGRESS SUBTITLES

1. Principles and procedures in the organization of the administrative structures of the global powers in the past related to public order and internal security;

  1. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Roman Empire,
  2. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Byzantine Empire,
  3. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Islamic State during the Time of the Prophet Muhammad,
  4. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Umayyad Caliphate,
  5. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Abbasid Caliphate,
  6. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Seljuk Empire,
  7. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Ottoman Empire,

2. Organizational principles and procedures of the administrative structures of today's global powers related to public order and internal security (Local Authority, security in cities, rural areas, coasts and borders);

  1. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the United States of America,
  2. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Russian Federation,
  3. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Republic of South Africa,
  4. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the European Union,
  5. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the People’s Republic of China,
  6. Principles and procedures of the Organization for Public Order and Internal Security in the Republic of India.

3. The envisaged public order and internal security (Local Authority, security in cities, rural areas, coasts and borders) organization of Model ASRICA Confederation;

  1. Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Confederation Constitution on the Provision of Security and Public Order
  2. Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Confederation Constitution on the Provision-to-be-added of Security and Public Order
  3. The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Model ASRICA Confederation, which is carried out from the Center;
    1. Central Organization, powers and responsibilities,
    2. Police, Gendarmerie, Coastal and Border Protection Organization in Regional Federations, their powers and responsibilities,
    3. Police, Gendarmerie, Coastal and Border Protection Organization in National States, their powers and responsibilities,
  4. Organization, powers and responsibilities in (Local Authority, security in cities, rural areas, coasts and borders) of the Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Confederation Ministry of Interior.

 

SIXTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION MODEL

CONGRESS PROGRAM

 

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline : July 15, 2022
  2. Announcement of accepted papers : August 15, 2022
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts : September 15, 2022
  4. CONGRESS DATE : November 12-13, 2022

 

[[i]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/the-islamic-union-congress-abstract-book.html

[[ii]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/congress-17-declaration.html

[[iii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution.html

[[iv]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/2018-congress/congress-18-declaration.html

[[v]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/2019-congress/congress-19-declaration.html

[[vi]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/2019-congress/abstracts-book-19.html

[[vii]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/assam-kongre-2020/kongre-bildirgesi-en.html

[[viii]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/assam-kongre-2020/congress-20-abstracts-book.html

[[ix]] https://www.assam.org.tr/index.php/en/news/news/4-uncu-assam-islam-birligi-kongresi-bildiri-kitapcigi-yayinlandi-en.html 

[[x]] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/assam-kongre-2021/kongre-bildirgesi-en.html

[[xi]] https://assamcongress.com/images/5.Kongre/ASSAM%205.%20Kongre%20Özet%20Kitapçığı.pdf

[[xii]] https://www.assamcongress.com/images/5.Kongre/ASSAM%205.%20Kongre%20Tam%20Metin%20Kitap%C3%A7%C4%B1%C4%9F%C4%B1.pdf?_t=1641904033

[[xiii]] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/assam-kongre-2020/tam-metin-ve-ozet-yazim-formati-en.html

[[xiv]] https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/assam

[[xv]] https://www.easo.europa.eu/sites/default/files/EASO-Asylum-Report-2020-Executive-Summary-TR.pdf

[[xvi]] https://data2.unhcr.org/en/situations/syria

09 Mar 2020

Defense System of Confederation of ASRICA

DECLARATION OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE ISLAMIC UNION OF ASSAM

GENERAL

The aim of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress is to make determinations on the academic and political grounds related to current problems in Global politics especially in the geography of Islamic Countries and to provide means to the decision makers about institutions required to gather Islamic countries under a common will and the necessary legislation for these institutions.

The first of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses was held with representatives of NGOs from 27 Islamic Countries and it was decided to ensure continuity as a result of consultation.

The main topics of the series of "International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses", which were first implemented in 2017, second implemented in 2018 and third implemented in 2019 by taking the main fields of activity of the states into consideration, and planned to be carried out every year, are as follows;

  • Establishment of the Legislation of the Administrative Structure and Organs for the Islamic Union (2017 - Done)
  • Establishment of Economic Cooperation Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2018 - Done)
  • Establishment of Defence Industry Cooperation Procedures and Principles for Islamic Union (2019-Done)
  • Establishment of Joint Defence System Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2020)
  • Establishment of Common Foreign Policy Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2021)
  • Establishment of the Principles and Procedures of the Common Judicial System for the Islamic Union (2022)
  • Establishment of Common Public Order and Security Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2023)

Topics above were selected to offer the required institutions and their legislations of these institutions which serve Islamic countries gathering under a common will and finding a common model finally.

The First Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and the Islamic World NGOs Association (IDSB) on November 23-24, 2017.

The First International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGOs organizations and academicians from 27 Islamic Countries. At the Congress, summaries and notifications presented by 31 academicians from 11 countries were published on the ASSAM website.[i]

 As a result of the Congress, it was concluded that “the Parliament of Islamic Countries” should be established and each Islamic country should create the “Ministry of Islamic Union” through their Council of Ministers, the “Declaration of the Confederation of Islamic Countries” was approved by ASSAM's Board of Directors and was also approved by 109 NGO officers from 29 Islamic countries, 80 of which was from Turkey, and was announced to the world public opinion through the press.[ii]

Furthermore, a model constitution was drafted for the Confederation of Islamic Countries, taking into account the provisions highlighted in the declaration.[iii]

 The Second Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER), the Islamic World NGO Association (IDSB) and the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) on November 01-02, 2018.

The Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGOs organizations from 29 Islamic Countries and academicians, and 58 notifications presented by 66 academicians from 15 countries were published. Also all notifications were published electronically in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) and in ASSAM's website.

According to notifications presented in second Congress and results reports of the Congress, the Declaration, which includes the First Conference Declaration, was prepared and presented to decision makers, all invited guests and participants from all over the Muslim world and to the World Public Opinion. Also it was published on ASSAM's website.[iv]

The Third International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGO’s organizations from 45 Islamic Countries and academicians 58 notifications presented by 57 academicians from 10 countries. Also all notifications were published electronically in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) and in ASSAM's website.[v][vi]

THE FOURTH ASSAM INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS;

ASSAM fourth congress will be held in Istanbul on December 12-13, 2020 with the participation of Üsküdar University (ÜU), Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and Islamic World NGO’s Union (IDSB),under the title of PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES OF JOINT DEFENCE COOPERATION FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION, ‘‘DEFENCE SYSTEM OF ASRICA CONFEDERATION’’.

The following congresses are planned to be held in different countries in cooperation with NGOs of Islamic Countries under the auspices and coordination of ASSAM.

The language of the congress will be in Turkish, English and Arabic. There will be a simultaneous translation in the presentation of the notifications. Summaries and notifications will be converted into books and published on ASSAM web site, and the summaries will also be published in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) electronically. The final reports of the congress, which will be prepared for execution, will be sent to decision making mechanisms and to all guests and participants from all over the Islamic world, and will be published on the ASSAM website.

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

The Islamic geography of 60 countries, having 60 of 193 member states of the United Nations Organization (31% of the member states), 1.6 billion of the world's population of 7,145 billion (22.5% of the world's population), 19 million km2 of the world’s land of 150 million km2 (12.8% of the world's land) has the following with the block they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  1. Located in the center of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the World Island;
  2. Controls the Strait of Gibraltar which is considered as the entrance gates of the Mediterranean, the biggest inland sea of the World, Red Sea and Black Sea as well as Bab-El-Mandeb, Çanakkale and Istanbul Straits and the Suez Canal,
  3. Has coasts to Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Caspian Sea,
  4. Land and sea border neighbour to Asia, Europe and Africa continents, superpowers of the world such as European Union, Russia, India, Russia and sea border neighbour to the United States of America.
  5. Has the opportunity to become an unrivalled center of world land, air and sea transportation routes,
  6. Owns 55.5% of world petroleum reserves and 45.6% of its production, 64.1% of natural gas reserves, and 33% of its production;
  7. In the future, it will have the ability to be superpower in the world by combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical build up with its opportunities, efforts and goals.

 

GLOBAL ATTACKS ON THE ISLAMIC WORLD

The Islamic world, in its geography where it should be sovereign, has been turned to the area of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric Third World War. Where the elements of ethnic and sectarian differences within the unitary structures of each Islamic country are made fought with one another.

Armed terrorist organizations; al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Anti Balaka in Middle Africa, Revolutionary People's Liberation Front (DHKP-C) and Communist /Marxist /Leninist Party of Turkey, PKK, PYD, FETÖ/PYD in Turkey, Al-Nusra Front, DAESH, PYD and HTŞ in Syria, which have drowned Turkey and Islamic geography in blood, tears and turned to debris, operate under the control and support of global powers.       

Despite of the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into enormous chaos and disorders through the interference of the imperialist Western states. As a result of this turmoil, the Islamic geography is suffering from a case of destruction and famine. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes and homelands or left to die. Thousands of Muslims die in different ways on the way of migration, while those who succeed in migration are forced to live in poverty and misery.

According to the data provided from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2016, only 5 million Syrian citizens have emigrated. This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian refugees have migrated to Turkey (3.644.342)[vii], Iraq (249.726), Jordan (629.128), Egypt (132.275), Lebanon (1.172.753) and other places in North Africa. Regardless Of these figures, there are intensive attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lost their lives at the Mediterranean Sea. Despite these negativities, the total number of the registered refugees who were transferred to Europe from April 2011 to January 2016 was 935.008 refugees.[viii]

The Third World War continues as an undeclared war against the Islamic countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims who were left without authority, tried to maintain their existence by establishing small states but they lost their unity and togetherness, so they became easy prey for the global powers. The United States, the European Union, France, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States aim to establish their authority in Islamic countries in order to take over the Islamic geography through carrying out proxy wars (Asymmetrical wars) by terrorist organizations under their control.

THE FOURT INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION OF ASSAM

Will be held in Istanbul on December 12-13, 2020.

Topics related to the principles and procedures of the Common Defence System for the Islamic Union will be examined under the title of “Defence System of ASRICA Confederation”.

The notifications presented by academicians, who will participate in the Third International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress, will be included under the following headings:

CONGRESS SUBTITLES

  1. Evaluation of the Geopolitical Status of ASRICA Islamic Countries
  2. Defence Organizations of Global Powers (USA, Russia, China, UK, France) and Their Activities in Islamic Countries
  3.     a. Military Bases

        b. Military Powers

  4.     c. Organizations They Use and Proxy Wars

       3.Islamic Countries;

  5.           a. Defence Organizations,

  6.           b. Military Powers

                                         I.  Land Forces

                                        II.  Naval Forces

                                       III.  Air Forces

                                       IV.  Air Defence Forces

                                        V.  Special Forces

                                       VI. Cyber Security

                                      VII. Aerospace Powers

  7.                 c.The origins of their Warfare Weapons and Vehicles inventories

       4. Defence Organisations at Ottoman Period,

       5. Examining of defence alliances on world

  8.                 a.NATO,
  9.                 b.Community of Independent States
  10.                 c.EU Defence Organisation
  11.                 d.Africa Union Defence Organisation
  12.  

      6. An ideal Defence Organization model for confederation of ASRICA Islamic Countries (A Solution Style)

  13.               a.The Organisation of Ministry of Defence of ASRICA (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defence Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)
  14.               b.Defence Organizations of Regional Islamic Countries Affiliated to the Ministry of Defence (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defence Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)
  15.               c.National Superpowers Defence Organisations affiliated to Ministry of Defence of Regional İslamic Countries Federation, (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defence Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace    Forces)
  16.  

    PROGRAMME OF FOURTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

     

    Important Dates

    1. Abstract submission deadline             :30 August 2020
    2. Announcement of accepted papers    :15 September 2020
    3. Deadline for submission of full texts   :15 October 2020
    4. CONGRESS DATE                             :12-13 December 2020

 

 

                                                                                                   ASSAM CONGRESS

                                                                                                     Executive Committe

 

 

 

 

 

[i] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/the-islamic-union-congress-abstract-book.html

[ii] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/congress-17-declaration.html

[iii] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution.html

[iv] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/2018-congress/congress-18-declaration.html

[v] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/2019-congress/congress-19-declaration.html

[vi] https://assamcongress.com/congresses/2019-congress/abstracts-book-19.html

[vii]TC İçişleri Bakanlığı Göç İdaresi Gn. Müdürlüğü-11 Şubat 2019.

[viii] http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/asylum.php  -Europe – Jan.2016

09 Apr 2019

Establishment of Defense Industry Cooperation Procedures and Principles for Islamic Union

Declaration Of The Third International Congress Of The Islamic Union Of ASSAM

GENERAL

The aim of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress is to make determinations on the academic and political grounds related to current problems in Global politics especially in the geography of Islamic Countries and to provide means to the decision makers about institutions required to gather Islamic countries under a common will and the necessary legislation for these institutions.

The first of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses was held with representatives of NGOs from 27 Islamic Countries and it was decided to ensure continuity as a result of consultation.

The main topics of the series of "International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses", which were first implemented in 2017, and second implemented in 2018 by taking the main fields of activity of the states into consideration, and planned to be carried out every year, are as follows;

  • Establishment of the Legislation of the Administrative Structure and Organs for the Islamic Union (2017- Done)
  • Establishment of Economic Cooperation Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2018- Done)
  • Establishment of Defense Industry Cooperation Procedures and Principles for Islamic Union (2019)
  • Establishment of Common Defense System Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2020)
  • Establishment of Common Foreign Policy Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2021)
  • Establishment of the Principles and Procedures of the Common Judicial System for the Islamic Union (2022)
  • Establishment of Common Public Order and Security Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2023)

Topics above were selected to offer the required institutions and their legislations of these institutions which serve Islamic countries gathering under a common will and finding a common model finally.

The First Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and the Islamic World NGOs Association (IDSB) on November 23-24, 2017.

The First International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGOs organizations and academicians from 27 Islamic Countries. At the Congress, summaries and notifications presented by 31 academicians from 11 countries were published on the ASSAM website.[i]

 As a result of the Congress, it was concluded that “the Parliament of Islamic Countries” should be established and each Islamic country should create the “Ministry of Islamic Union” through their Council of Ministers, the “Declaration of the Confederation of Islamic Countries” was approved by ASSAM's Board of Directors and was also approved by 109 NGO officers from 29 countries, 70 of which was from Turkey, and was announced to the world public opinion through the press.[ii]

Furthermore, a model constitution was drafted for the Confederation of Islamic Countries, taking into account the provisions highlighted in the declaration.[iii]

The Second Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER), the Islamic World NGO Association (IDSB) and the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) on November 01-02,2018.

The Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGOs organizations from 29 Islamic Countries and academicians, and 58 notifications presented by 66 academicians from 15 countries were published. Also all notifications were published electronically in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) and in ASSAM'swebsite.

According to notifications presented in second Congress and results reports of the Congress, the Declaration, which includes the First Conference Declaration, was prepared and presented to decision makers, all invited guests and participants from all over the Muslim world and to the World Public Opinion. Also it was published on ASSAM's website.[iv]

THE THIRD CONGRESS;

ASSAM third congress will be held in Istanbul on December 19-20-21, 2019 with the participation of Üsküdar University (ÜÜ) and Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) under the title of “Establishment of Defense Industry Cooperation Procedures and Principles for Islamic Union”.

The following congresses are planned to be held in different countries in cooperation with NGOs of Islamic Countries under the auspices and coordination of ASSAM.

The language of the congress will be in Turkish, English and Arabic. There will be a simultaneous translation in the presentation of the notifications. Summaries and notificationswill be converted into books and published on ASSAM web site, and the summaries will also be published in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) electronically. The final reports of the congress, which will be prepared for execution, will be sent to decision making mechanisms and to all guests and participants from all over the Islamic world, and will be published on the ASSAM website.

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

The Islamic geography of 60 countries, having 60 of 193 member states of the United Nations Organization (31% of the member states), 1.6 billion of the world's population of 7,145 billion (22.5% of the world's population), 19 million km2 of the world’s land of 150 million km2 (12.8% of the world's land) has the following with the block they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  1. Located in the center of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the World Island;
  2. Controls the Strait of Gibraltar which is considered as the entrance gates of the Mediterranean, the biggest inland sea of the World, Red Sea and Black Sea as well as Bab-El-Mandeb, Canakkale and Istanbul Straits and the Suez Canal,
  3. Has coasts to Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Caspian Sea,
  4. Land and sea border neighbor to Asia, Europe and Africa continents, super powers of the world such as European Union, Russia, India, Russia and sea border neighbor to the United States of America.
  5. Has the opportunity to become an unrivaled center of world land, air and sea transportation routes,
  6. Owns 55.5% of world petroleum reserves and 45.6% of its production, 64.1% of natural gas reserves, and 33% of its production;
  7. In the future, it will have the ability to be superpower in the world by combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical build up with its opportunities, efforts and goals.

GLOBAL ATTACKS ON THE ISLAMIC WORLD

The Islamic world, in its geography where it should be sovereign, has been turned to the area of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric Third World War. Where the elements of ethnic and sectarian differences within the unitary structures of each Islamic country are made fought with one another.

Armed terrorist organizations; al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Anti Balaka in Middle Africa, Revolutionary People's Liberation Front (DHKP-C) and Communist /Marxist /Leninist Party of Turkey, PKK, PYD, FETÖ/PYD in Turkey, Al-Nusra Front, DAESH, PYD and Tahrir al-Sham in Syria, which have drowned Turkey and Islamic geography in blood, tears and turned to debris, operate under the control and support of global powers.    

Despite of the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into enormous chaos and disorders through the interference of the imperialist Western states. As a result of this turmoil, the Islamic geography is suffering from a case of destruction and famine. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes and homelands or left to die. Thousands of Muslims die in different ways on the way of migration, while those who succeed in migration are forced to live in poverty and misery.

According to the data provided from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2016, only 5 million Syrian citizens have emigrated. This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian refugees have migrated to Turkey (3.644.342)[v], Iraq (249.726), Jordan (629.128), Egypt (132.275), Lebanon (1.172.753) and other places in North Africa. Regardless Of these figures, there are intensive attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lost their lives at the Mediterranean Sea. Despite these negativities, the total number of the registered refugees who were transferred to Europe from April 2011 to January 2016 was 935.008 refugees.[vi]

The Third World War continues as an undeclared war against the Islamic countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims who were left without authority, tried to maintain their existence by establishing small states but they lost their unity and togetherness so they became easy prey for the global powers. The United States, the European Union, France, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States aim to establish their authority in Islamic countries in order to take over the Islamic geography through carrying out proxy wars (Asymmetrical wars) by terrorist organizations under their control.

THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION OF ASSAM

Will be held in Istanbul on December 19-20, 2019.

Topics related to the principles and procedures of the Defense Industry Cooperation for the Islamic Union will be examined under the title of “ASRICA Common Defense Industry Production”.

The notifications presented by academicians, who will participate in the Third International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress, will be included under the following headings:

  1. Principles and procedures to establish the Joint Military Standards Center for Islamic Countries,
  2. Classification the industry and manufacturing industry, the position of defense industry in manufacturing industry and its international standards,
  3. Determination the defense industry strategy and framework to establish the cooperation between Islamic countries,
  4. The scientific basis of the defense industry, the position of the defense industry in Vocational colleges and universities, and the need for training in the defense industry oriented for production,
  5. Forming the enumeration of main combat vehicles used in the armed forces of Islamic countries.
  6. Evaluation of the defense industry structure of Islamic countries, production (tank, aircraft, ship, missile, ballistic missile, air defense system), import, export, manpower capacities (for each country separately),
  7. Creating the database related to quality, quantity and standards of the defense industry products which are produced and used by Islamic countries, and determining the principles and procedures to establish system to be used Jointly,
  8. Cooperation in the field of defense industries, in addition to the capabilities and possibilities in manufacturing the joint defense industrial products and establishing model of the joint production system,
  9. The capabilities and possibilities of manufacturing industrial defense products for the global powers, technological levels, and their common productive and inspection systems with research & development capacities.
  10. Transition status to CYBER security and Quantum System that global powers have reached,
  11. Determining the methods of forming cyber security systems and joint research and development capacities with cyber security capabilities and possibilities of Islamic countries,
  12. Capabilities and possibilities of Islamic countries in relation to the electronic warfare and radar systems,
  13. Capabilities and possibilities of Private Military Companies operative in defense industry services sector,
  14. Discussing the possibility of developing models and production systems by establishing a common database for Islamic geography,
  15. Determining the legislation provided by the control systems applied in the national and international fields regarding to the circulation and production of defense industrial products,

PROGRAM OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Summaries submission deadline : 31 October 2019
  2. Announcement of accepted summaries : 15 November 2019
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts : 01 December 2019
  4. CONGRESS DATE :19-20 Dec. 2019

 

ASSAM Congresses

Executive Committee

 

[i]https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/the-islamic-union-congress-abstract-book.html

[ii]https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/congress-17-declaration.html

[iii]https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution.html

[iv]https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/2018-congress/congress-18-declaration.html

[v]TC İçişleri Bakanlığı Göç İdaresi Gn. Müdürlüğü-11 Şubat 2019.

[vi]http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/asylum.php -Europe – Jan.2016