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Dr. Salah Hasab Allah, head of the Egyptian Freedom Party and Secretary of the Parliamentary Values Committee, announced that the Committee of the Egyptian Freedom Party in the USA, headed by Nash'at Zanfil, will be in the forefront of Egypt's future during the President's visit to America tomorrow...
Amīrah Ibrāhīm comments in al-Tahrīr newspaper: “The fourth round of the dialogue of the deaf- not the national dialogue as the presidency calls it- was scheduled for Tuesday, December 18. However, the session has been postponed to ‘complete the legal aspects of the agenda of the dialogue’,...
A spokesman for the president said a meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday (November 20) between President Muḥammad Mursī and Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawāḍrūs II was postponed over the death of the president’s sister Monday evening.
Pope Tawadros has received Prime Minister Eng. Ibrahīm Mahlab in the papal headquarters in St. Mark’s Cathedral, Abāssiyah, Cairo. He also received a number of ministers that came to congratulate the Pope on the Day of Resurrection (Easter), including General Sidqī Subhī, general commander of the...
Yesterday, Shaykh Ahmad al-Tayyib, Grand Imam of al-Azhar, welcomed an Emirati delegation of ministers and officials headed by Shaykh Muhammad Bin Zāyyid Āl Nahyān, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, in Cairo
Dr. Mahmūd 'Azab, an advisor to Grand Shaykh of the Azhar Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb, said that the Azhar always keeps an open door for dialogue. He added that the Vatican has to reverse its position regarding Islam and the Prophet Muhammad and stop dishing accusations against the Muslim faith. "The...
In a phone call to Pope Shenouda III, President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak denounced the terrorist group al-Qā‘idah’s threats targeting Egyptian churches and Christians. The Azhar, the Ministry of Endowments, and many other religious organizations and leaders also denounced the threats and called them...
Al-Liwā’ al-Islamī reports on different opinions regarding the Dutch attempts to ban classes for memorizing the Qur’ān in the Netherlands.
Amīrah Ibrāhīm reports about different opinions regarding the Minister of Culture’s call to accept other secular faiths.
Amīrah Ibrāhīm reports on different opinions regarding the idea of women leading during prayers.
Pope Benedict XVI urges Muslims and people around the world to convert to Christianity claiming that the Roman Catholic Church has the indisputable right and duty to convert people to the Christian faith.
Amīrah Ibrāhīm reports on the fatwá issued by Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī concerning prayer time during working hours.
The authors interviewed the female Kenyan Muslim preacher ‘Ā’ishah Wangari Kamango on the reasons behind her conversion to Islam.
The author reports on Muslims’ anger about the recent decision of the right wing Danish Folkeparti [People’s Party] about the use of a drawing of the Prophet Muhammad in their election campaign under claims that the party respects the rights to freedom of speech.
British Airways set off an unprecedented public outcry in Britain when it suspended without pay and rejected an appeal from employee Nādyah ‘Uwaydah for wearing a small cross to work at British Airways’ Heathrow office.
The news report deals with the seizure of two vehicles loaded with explosives, one of which was heading to Saint Catherine and the other to Sharm al-Shaykh.
Al-Liwā’ al-Islāmī hosted the Islamic intellectual Dr. ‘Abd al-Sabour Shāhīn, Professor of Linguistics, Faculty of Dār al-‘Uloum, Cairo University, in its first intellectual forum [or panel].
In an interview with al-Liwā’ al-Islāmī, Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies at al-Azhar University, Dr. Sucād Sālih contended that her selection as a member of the World Union of Muslim Scholars is an acknowledgement of women’s rights granted by Islam 14 centuries ago. She stressed that...
Security officials in Cairo believe the British bill [legislation] may help break up terrorist networks targeting Egypt and other Arab countries. "It is a real positive step towards fighting terrorism worldwide," an interior ministry official said. "For years Britain has turned a blind eye to the...
Amnesty International and the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) have said in reports on the year 1997 there have been two negative developments. The first was the People’s Assembly’s decision to extend the Emergency Law, in force since 1981, for three more years. The second negative...

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