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Muhammad Khalīl reports about the refusal of the ‘Azhar to depict the Prophet Muhammad and his companions in a film about Islam.
The Ministry of Health is preparing a draft law on organizing the nursing craft in expectations of prohibiting nurses from wearing the niqāb during work.
Muḥammad Khalīl interviews Wā’il Luṭfī, journalist at the semi-governmental Rose al-Yūsuf and author of a book entitled, ‘Dawalt al-Du‘āt al-Judud,’ [The State of Modern Dā‘īyahs], on the ideas mentioned in his book.
The Azhar Scholars Front has declared a trend of responding to Shaykh of the Azhar’s most controversial Fatwás.
The following lines present a review of the latest book of Dr. Maḥmūd Ḥamdī Zaqzūq, the Egyptian minister of endowments. The book is entitled, ’al-Islām wa Qadāyā al-Hiwār’ [Islam and the Issues of Dialogue].
Muḥammad Khalīl reports on the repercussions to a recent Fatwá prohibiting Muslim men from marrying Jewish women residing in Israel.
al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ proposed a debate on how some Muslim scholars consider inter-religious dialogue. While many approve of it as being a positive means of creating peace and ending conflicts, others reject it in under the present conditions of attacks on Islam.
Muftī of Egypt Shaykh ‘Alī Jum‘ah talked about a number of issues, in an interview with al-Sharq al-Awsat, including fixed interest, setting up a body to monitor Fatwás, and the importance of coexistence between Muslims in the East and West.
Dr. Muhammad Emara, member of the Islamic Research Institute in Egypt, examined the term “fundamentalism” in his newly released book Al-usu’liya bayn Al-gharb wal al-Islam [Fundamentalism Between The West and Islam] and showed how this term is used by Western thinkers to confuse the notions [of...
In the Second International Forum of the Azhar Graduates, scholars from 80 states agreed on adopting a strategy of cultural and civilizations dialogue with the West to confront globalization.


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