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    Sensing the importance of Islamic communities and minorities in the west, and the world at large, as a vital part of our Ummah and one that contributes to bridge the cultural gap between the Islamic world and elsewhere; and in a bid to immunise the second, third and even fourth generations of those communities, who settled outside the Islamic world, against cultural assimilation and loss of their Islamic identity; ISESCO reflected about developing a framework for cultural action outside the Islamic world, to serve as a reference for cultural centres, with both their subsidiary institutions and Islamic associations, which lead the major manifestations of Muslims' cultural life outside the Islamic world.  

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