Al Qur’an & The Multipolar World at the Multipolarity Forum and the Congress of the Russophile Movement

The second Congress of International Russophile Movement (IMR) and Forum on Multipolarity takes place in Moscow on Monday, February 26. The event is held at the Lomonosov innovation cluster and brings together intellectuals from Asia, Africa, Latin America and North America. Among the Russian speakers Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, political philosopher Alexander Dugin, the chairman of the media group Tsargrad Konstantin Malofeev, Islamic scholar Sheikh Imran Nazar Hosein from Tridinad Tobago are scheduled to attend the forum. The participants are set to discuss issues of multipolar world order, dialogue of cultures and civilisations, protection of traditional values, opposition to Western hegemony and the culture of abolition. The Congress of International Russophile Movement was launched on March 2023. The platform unites people from 131 countries. The event will be held for two days, starting on February 26.

Moscow is hosting the Second Congress of the International Russophile Movement and the Forum on Multipolarity, which gathered about 350 representatives from 130 countries of Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin and North America. The event was opened by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

In her speech, she pointed to the inevitability of the world community’s transition to a new system of world order.

“Structural restructuring of the world economy and its transfer to a new technological basis, including the introduction of artificial intelligence, communication, energy biological technologies, nanotechnology, the growth of national self-awareness, cultural and civilizational diversity and other objective factors accelerate the processes of redistribution of development potential in favour of new centres of economic growth,” the Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said.

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the development of international ties was a priority for Russia.

“Russia will continue to develop as a friendly, open to the whole world country. It will pursue an independent, pragmatic, peace-loving foreign policy, promote the democratisation of international life, its development on the principles of the UN Charter. Our current chairmanship of BRICS and the Commonwealth of Independent States, our active and constructive work in the EAEU, the SCO, the G20 and many other multilateral formats are aimed at achieving this goal. I will also note the close ties we are developing with regional integration associations”

Chang Weiwei, a leading expert on international relations of the Communist Party of China, emphasised during his speech at the forum that the concept of a unipolar world is outdated.

“Unipolarity is immoral, unjust and irrelevant. This order will change with the strengthening of the international positions of China, Russia, and the expansion of BRICS to include countries of the Global South and Global East in the alliance,” he said.

“Multipolarity is very important, it provides alternatives to the world. We in turn look forward to Senegal becoming part of BRICS. The sooner the alliance includes those countries that have applied to join, the better,” said Oumy Sene, secretary general of the “Kalinka” Cultural Centre in Senegal.

At this historic moment, Sheikh Imran Hosein also offered the forum participants a Qur’anic perspective on the multipolar world.

You can watch the video below.


May Allah Most Sublime grant Maulana strength to continue to represent and convey the Qur’anic principles and guidance, in actions and applications, in lieu of the mass social and structural changes we are witnessing to.

Let this form of beautiful relay continue onwards by his students as events unfolds towards its culmination in this Age. Āmīn.