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The president of the "Islamic Legal Court" and the spokesman of the Shari’a [Islamic law] Supporters Group urged Muslims not to vote in the coming British elections. They argued that a person who voted for a man to make laws was an unbeliever [Kafir]. The author believes that their opinions mean...
The author wrote an article in which he blamed the Sheikh of the Azhar and complained about his reaction to those opposing him. A comment on his article was said to be written by the General Secretary of Islamic Research Institute. What amazes the author is that when he blamed the Sheikh of the...
The title "Muslims in the West" no longer expresses the reality, as the Muslims have become part of the west, within its borders and not outside them or against them. The millions who have moved started to settle, insure their children’s future and prepare to save their identities by building...
The author started his article by talking about the different levels of angry Muslims in Russia. Then he moved to speak about the seminar they participate in to express their anger and to discuss the problems of Muslims in Russia. The seminar was held under the title "Islam and Russia’s security".
The last thing to come to mind is that "Wahabiyya" [An extreme orthodox version of Islam, named after it originator Mohammed Ibn Abdel-Wahab, who lived in what is now known as Saudi Arabia in the late eighteenth century] becoming the first enemy in Russia. Worse and more strange is that nobody...
The author starts his article by recounting what he came across while visiting Russia to attend a seminar about "The future of Muslims of Russia in the new Millennium". Then he gives a quick review of the history of Islam in Russia and exposes the tragedy of the Muslims who are living there.
Not having our equal rights is not the result of others being unfair to us, rather it is the result of us not mastering the rules of the game, such as applying required pressure and requesting clarification of the facts.
The writer of this article comments on the Pope’s apology saying that the Vatican Pope has given a good lesson in courage and humbleness, but unfortunately not fairness. He apologized, but not to the Muslims, although we pretended he did.
The well-known Islamists writer believes "Before I can say any word on the subject of al-Kosheh it is my duty to apologize to the Copts of Egypt and recognize the mistakes of the Muslims of the village."
What happened in Nazareth is of great concern to us as it was the first time religious strife was provoked between Palestinian Muslims and Christians after years of peaceful co-existence.

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