In an article posted by Andrea Tornielli, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Professor Ahmad Muhammad Al-Tayeb referred to the Encyclical "Fratelli tutti" published a year ago saying that “it is definitely of huge importance, especially in this time, for both Muslims and non-Muslims.”
The highlight of his statement is that he said that this "encyclical is useful for Muslims and at the same time for others because it says that we are all brothers.”
He added that “the encyclical goes in the same direction - that of dialogue and coexistence among men” and is, in short, “an appeal to apply the moral principles of religions to create a true fraternity where there is no room for discrimination on the basis of differences of religion, confession, race, gender, or other forms of intolerance."
The Pope message to attain fraternity and social friendship was manifested in all his trips and was explicitly vivid in the "Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together" signed on February 4, 2019 in Abu Dhabi.
As it is important to facilitate to the world population access to this encyclical so as to be able it to grasp the invaluable ideas expressed in it, as well as to consider it as a basis for creating societies that promote fraternity and social friendship and well-being, it is also incumbent on world peace organizations including the United Nations to include this encyclical in their charters with the hope on entrenching brotherhood among people of various creeds, faiths, colors, and affiliations so as to follow the path of fraternity which is root-cause for social prosperity and progress.
It is extremely exigent to precipitately have the United Nations and other international organizations endorse this encyclical as part of their charters so as to present it to the world population by serving as a sign of divine message designed to promote brotherly love, assign a day annually to mark this encyclical and to disseminate its noble ideas, as well as value its importance in alleviating the prevailing disasters that wreak havoc in various parts of the world.