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Al-Ahram reviews several fatwas announced by the late late Grand Sheikh of the Azhar Dr. Muhammad Sayīd Tantāwī.
Rajab al-Bannā writes about Expatriate Christians and their attitude towards Egypt.
The author tackles the issue of renewing Islamic thought in the new century. He presents the challenges hindering the reform of Islamic thought.
The author discusses the claim for Sharī‘ah application by some Islamic political groups. They claim to cancel the established legal structure because it is derived from the French laws.
The article discusses the issue of implementing Sharī‘ah and its relationship with politics.
Although both Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm and Dr. Jalāl Amīn share the same circumstances and won the love and respect of the Egyptians, the loyalty of each was directed differently. Ibrāhīm was discovered to be more loyal to America supporting its policy against his country Egypt. In contrast, Amīn...
In the article, Rajab al-Bannā wonders why Muslims failed to cope with modernity; despite having had an enlightening bygone civilization.
Rajab al-Bannā condemned the phenomenon of the fear of Islam in the West, which has developed into waves of hatred and criticism against Muslims and Islam.
Rajab al-Bannā, the author, believes that European countries have adopted a new theory against Islam in Muslims living in the continent. He says the theory allows security forces to search and watch every single European Muslim under claims of resisting terrorism.
The article gives various opinions expressed against Islam in Western books and newspapers. The author believes that Islamic terrorism is not the only terrorism in the world. However, accusations are directed only at Islamic terrorism. Thus, the war [against terrorism] would be against Muslims...
Religious reform is the starting point in any culture for social or political reform. This is because religious thought is perplexing and is often represented by terrorism, superstition and the shocking illogical Fatwás which have reached their peak.
The campaign against Islam and Muslims is still going on in the US and Europe, and the attacks against Islam - the instigator of terrorism - are getting stronger every day. Those who defend Islam are absent from the international scene, and when they move, they do not follow a clear policy and do...
Rajab al-Bannā reviews the discussions in the Arab Regional Conference that was organized by the Egyptian National Council for Social and Criminal Research, in association with the League of Arab Nations. The conference lasted for three days in Sharm al-Shaykh and tackled the phenomenon of...
The author sheds light on the grand Shaykh of the Azhar’s response to the Vatican Pope’s lecture in which he attacks Islām and Prophet Muhammad.
In an interview aired on Radio London, Pope Shenouda freely expressed both his personal and the Church’s official position on what the future of Jerusalem should be. Sout al-Azhar published Pope Shenouda’s responses to the interviewer’s questions. In a two-page story, Rajab al-Banna of October...
The author records the relations between Arab Muslims and the West, noting that many Westerners believe that all Muslims are terrorists and that Islām is a religion of violence and terror.
The author discusses Western hostility against Islam.
Ragab El -Banna argues that it is the right of Egyptians to be angry about the American threat in Congress to cut aid to Egypt, since it is a new attempt to make Arabs approve the Israeli conditions for peace and surrender to the violent policy of Netanyahu.The author interviewed Pope Shenouda...
Next month, his holiness the pope will start a journey to meet Coptic emigrants to Britain and the United States. This visit will continue for weeks and will contain visits to a number of cities and states. During his trip, the pope will clarify the position of the church. In a five hour...
The article focuses on the most famous cases in the courts of law regarding the Bahā’ī faith in Iran, Morocco and Egypt.

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