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ISLAMIC CONFERENCE-Participants in Common Struggle

THE fifth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, attended by 36 states of Africa and Asia, which concluded its hive-day session in Kuala Lumpur on June 25, made it absolutely clear that the Islamic world was an inalienable part of the third world of developing countries. The main theme of the conference was that it must strengthen its solidarity with other organisations of third world countries and unite all those struggling against domination and exploitation. The representatives of the Islamic world made it clear in their communique that the struggle against colonialism and imperialism was not over and that the "machinations of imperialism to sow seeds of disunity amongst the ranks of the developing countries" had to be fought.

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