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The spokesperson for the Ministry of Awqāf, Aḥmad al-Qāḍī, commented on the Supreme Administrative Court’s decision according to which university teaching staff at Cairo University are not allowed to wear the niqāb.
The leader of Turkey’s opposition party, the Republican People’s Party (CHP), has called on Erdogan to renounce the Muslim Brotherhood, expel its fugitive elements and adopt a policy of reconciliation with Egypt.
"Without preserving the homeland, there will be no moderate religious discourse, and the call to God needs a stable ground." Said Dr. ʿAbdullāh Al-Najār, a member of the Islamic Research Academy. "Anyone who calls for dispute and division is not a preacher," he said in an interview aired on Ten TV...
In a call-in show on Egyptian TV, al-Azhar professor Dr. Muḥammad Wahdān said that time was not yet right to abolish the religion fields from identification cards and all official documents. 
Egyptian media presenter, Muḥammad al-Bāz said that the Tunisian president, Muḥammad al-Bājī Qāyid al-Sibsī, is working towards the promulgation of a law advocating for the equality between men and women in inheritance matters. This law would draw on the Tunisian Constitution, which equates women...
Dr. ʿAbbās Shūmān, deputy of al-Azhar, said that al-Azhar would not infidelize any person (takfīr), stating that the appropriate description of terrorists is that they fight God and the Prophet and that they are corrupted. Their judgement in Islam would be death and crucifixion, and the chopping...
Liberal Islamic researcher and thinker Islām al-Biḥayrī denied the rumors on a court ruling that allegedly ban him from appearing on TV channels, commenting that the ruling, which was in his favor, is a victory for freedom of thought.
Media presenter and physician Dr. Khālid Muntaṣir said that his new TV program “Yatafakkarūn - contemplative thought aims to respond to an important issue that surges when we, Muslims, find ourselves at odds with “modernity”. He points out that modernity has rules, among them the separation between...
Dr. Mukhtār Jum`a, Minister of Religious Endowments, said that attacking churches is like attacking mosques, “so we must protect our churches like we protect our mosques.”
Media presenter Basma Wahba had extended her apologies to the Egyptian viewers on the abusive comments made yesterday by the Islamic preacher `Abdallah Rushdī against Christianity and Christians. 

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