Many of the projects of the slain leader were supervised by the World Islamic Call Society, WICS, a non Governmental Organisation that Al-Qathafi established to both religiously and politically strengthen his status in the world over.
What does WICS stand for?
WICS stands for World Islamic Call Society
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Hodja represents the World Islamic Call Society (WICS) in Cyprus and is also part of the diplomatic staff at the Libyan Embassy.
The project is rather modest, if one takes into consideration the extensive resources available to UNESCO and the financial help provided by World Islamic Call Society, a Libyan organization, for the six-volume project which aims "to show these various aspects [of Islamic culture] both from a historical standpoint and with reference to the present relevance of a civilization whose role and brilliance in the future are expected to equal what they were in the past" (5).
The Government continued to ban the once powerful Sanusiyya Islamic order; in its place, the country's leader, Colonel Mu'ammar Al-Qadhafi, established the World Islamic Call Society (WICS), which is the Islamic arm of the Government's foreign policy and is active worldwide.
After completion, the World Islamic Call Society will offer a commercial centre with offices and clinics as well as a small hotel.
Members of the World Islamic Call Society, headquartered in Libya, are visiting the Vatican for the 11th time since 1976 and will see the pope on Wednesday, the Vatican said in a statement.