historical, cultural and ideological differences between Sunnī and
Muslims are outlined by different scholars in this article.
The author says Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī is trying to
spark strife between Shī‘ah and Sunnī in Egypt with false accusations
against the Shī‘ah. He challenges him to obtain evidence for these claims, describing
as a liar and inciter.
The article is about a workshop on
expression and the interference of religious men in scientific research.
refutes claims made by figures in the outlawed Muslim
Brotherhood group that Egyptian novelist Najīb
Mahfūz has come from under the group’s cloak, arguing
that Mahfūz’s relations with the
Brotherhood have never been good as they claim.
The author discusses the thriving market of audiotapes containing
preaching by salafist
shaykhs attacking Shī‘ah and warning Sunnī
Muslims against supporting
them on the grounds that they are "apostates who allege that the revelation was
meant for ‘Alī
Ibn Abī Tālib but for Archangel Gabriel’...
The author discusses the issue of terrorists
targeting Britain, which
explains the tough security measures adopted by the U.K after attempted suicide operations
Few months ago, a number of imprisoned Jihād leaders declared their renunciation of violence, shifting away from their literal approach to the interpretation of Islamic texts towards the socio-historical mode of exegesis that characterizes mainstream Islamic groups.
The author criticizes Islamic writer Muhammad ‘Umāra and his contradictory positions, shifting from Marxism to Islamist extremist ideologies.
Muhammad Rabī‘a discusses the growing phenomenon of ‘militias’ of men
and women accusing
people of unbelief and criticizing their dress on the public transport system.
carry some of the confessions given by suspects in last
year’s bombings in different areas of downtown Cairo, which
killed a number of tourists and Egyptians and
wounded dozens others.