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25th Revolution's youth will organize a committee that will visit Sūl village today March 9, 2011 in order to support relations between Muslims and Christians. The church of Two Martyrs St. Mina and St. George was set on fire by angry Muslim young-men, after seeing a Muslim girl with a Christian...
As soon as Major General Hasan al-Rūwīnī, member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and Commander of Central Region Military forces, arrived he declared the following: "I will die in the location of that church if I won't be able to rebuild it. I fought in 67 and 73, all my life I didn't...
Amānī Abū al-Hasan reports on the controversy raised over the issue of Malaysian Muslim men of religion releasing Fatwás calling on women to wear what is called ’the chastity belt.’
Amānī Abū al-Ḥasan reports on the statements of intellectuals and experts of Islamic fundamental groups affairs about whether the al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah would return to violence-oriented approaches though their Fatwás.
The article discusses the new phenomenon of female Muslim preachers who deliver religious lessons either at mosques or at homes. The article reports on the opinions of Muslim scholars about the phenomenon.
The article talks about the questions raised in relation to the significance of the Zūmurs brothers’ support of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah’sannouncement concerning the fiqh reviews.
The authors delve into the role of the family, school and street in developing the fear of expressing oneself openly and promoting a unilateral culture.
The article compares intellectual and cultural life during the first half of the 20th century to the current time.
In a two-page report, Ākhir Sā‘ah discusses the issue of oppressing the Arab mind and its relationship to the development of the Arab civilization. The article cites the opinions of Muslim scholars on the issue.
Amongst the opponents of the Niqāb is Dr. ‘Abd al- Mu‘tī Bayyūmī, the former dean of the Azhar’s Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion and a member of the Islamic Research Academy, who described the dress as the result of lack of knowledge of religion.


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