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Muslims believe Qur'ān is compilation of God's revelations. [Original: Qur’ān}
The author addresses the issue of whether the concept of Shūrá in Islamic thought differs from the concept of democracy in the West.
Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī denies that the Qur’ān has texts with presumptive and indisputable passages and ones that call non-Muslims kafīr.
The Azhar is experiencing a controversy between scholars who call for the purification of fiqh heritage and those who believe fiqh already contains rules of extended applications and that no scholar now is able to understand such rules.
While the majority of Muslims call to boycott The Netherlands because of the offensive movie ’Fitna,’ some extremists attacked Dutch interests in certain countries. However, Dr, ‘Alī Jum‘ah, the muftī of Egypt explained the way he reacted: “I carried the Glorious Qur’ān, kissed it and read it for over an hour.”’
In an interview with Mahmūd ‘Īsá, Muslim thinker Jamāl al-Bannā elaborates on many of his controversial stances and honors the Qur’ān as the only authentic point of reference for Muslims. He also declares that the divine influence of the Qur’ān is not in the human interpretation of the Qur’ānic verses, but in the influence that the word of God itself has on the listener.
Zaynab Radwan, the deputy speaker of the parliament and a professor of Sharī‘ah recently submitted a number of proposals to Parliament. Amongst other things, the proposals called for Bahā’īs’ rights to obtain formal documents and stated that Christian wives of Muslim men should be able to have a share in their husband’s inheritance.
Dr. Zaynab Radwān has stated that most Qur’ānic references to witnesses do not make any reference to gender. Some references fully equate the testimony of males and females.
The issue of the formation of a legal Muslim Brotherhood political party has re-surfaced after the speaker of the People’s Assembly stated that it is time to establish such a party.
The author describes the friendship between the imām of al-Nūr mosque and the bishop of Hilwān.
In the article, the author rejects the idea that a Muslim woman is allowed to marry a Kitābī [a Jewish or Christian] man.