ISLAMABAD (APP) The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO) on Sunday called for stronger solidarity-based relations between the components of the Muslim Ummah through prevention of conflicts for the unity of Ummah. Director General ISESCO, Dr Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri in his message to the Muslim World on the occasion of Eid Al-Adha, emphasised the need to overcome the increasing tensions among Muslims in many parts of the world as a result of conflicts, coupled with a strong foreign influence that only runs counter to the supreme interests of the Muslim World, through the waging of a spiral of factional and ethnic wars fuelled by historical old legacies, said a press release. In this connection, the Director General urged Muslims to transcend their often doctrinal yet futile discords if measured against the principles of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah. He said that Muslims constitute one Nation sharing one religion, one holy book, and one Qiblah. Unless they are not addressed properly, the challenges and threats they are facing could weaken the Ummah, spoil its potentials, and leave it in a permanent state of lethargy.