This article sheds light on salafism in Egypt. It points out the areas in which salafis spread and shows how powerful they are in these areas.
Husām Hindī comments on the Grand Imām’s reaction to al-Dustūr’s cartoons depicting him as the Catholic Pope.
Jamāl ‘Abd al-Rahīm writes about the history of Bahā’īs.
The article presents an interview with the fundamentalist cleric Ahmad al-Mahallāwī.
Muhammad Nūr reports on the different opinions of Muslim scholars concerning the recent fatwá of Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī regarding prayer times.
Has rejected the suggestion that the grand Imām be chosen from the members of the Islamic Research Academy.
Mahmūd al-Khudayrī comments on the Egyptian-Israeli agreement to export Egyptian natural gas to Israel.
The Azhar comments on the educational system in its schools.
In his word at the closing ceremony of the cultural season of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, the Azhar Grand Imām Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī expresses his and Islam’s adamant rejection to abolishing the death penalty.
Jamāl Sulaymān and Ihāb Nafi‘ write about the possibility of establishing an Egyptian religious satellite channel administered by the Azhar.
Nabīl ‘Abd al-‘Azīz reports about Zaynab Radwān’s and the Grand Imām concerning Zaynab’s fatwá.
The following interview discusses the political events in the life of Shaykh al-Mahillawī. It examines the different Egyptian regimes he witnessed since the Egyptian revolution.
Muhammad Shibl suggests some points for Muslims living abroad.
The new American ambassador to Cairo seeks to open communication channels with the Azhar and calls for an effective cooperation.
The article discusses the need for non-partisan reporting and removing emotions from articles, using Arab-West Report to exemplify the importance of such.
The following lines highlight opinions of different Muslims who assert that Islam urges Muslims to greet non-Muslims and establish good relationships with them.
The article reports on the Muslim Brotherhood recent decision on the participation in the forthcoming general strike on May 4.
The author reports on a draft law that seeks amendments on the Azhar law, stipulating that the Azhar presidency is to reach via public voting.
The article reports on debates of the religious scholars over a suggestion of putting the position of the shaykh of the Azhar for public election instead of the current presidential appointment.
Muhammad al-Bāz reviews the minutes of an official meeting with leading Azhar scholars in which they decided to continue printing a book that is part of the Islamic heritage, despite knowing it to contain fabricated hadīths ascribed to the the Prophet Muhammad.