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Al-Qaradāwī responds to articles in the Iranian press about his view of the Shī‘ah.
Religious freedom is a modern term that has occupied the minds of many scholars and intellectuals. What does religious freedom mean to the moderates, how do some try to deny that freedom, and could religion be forced onto someone? Dr. Youssef al-Qaradawi will answer these questions.
The article analyzes the concept of jihād and demonstrates the difference between jihād and fighting in Islam.
The author states a number of Muslim scholars’ responses to a fatwá issued by Shaykh ‘Abd Allāh Bin Jabrīn, in which he asks Sunnī Muslims to stop advocating for the Hizb Allāh in its war against Israel in Lebanon.
Exchanging greetings between men and women is allowed in Islām, Shaykh al- Qaradāwī states, indicating that the voice of a woman is not cawrah. The wives of the prophet, with all the constraints imposed on them, were permitted to talk to men and to respond to their questions from behind a curtain...
The article tackles comments made by Yousuf al- Qaradāwī regarding recent escalating tensions between Muslims and Christians, during which two churches came under attack in Alexandria.
The article is an interview with Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi. He commented on the fiqh of facilitation that he is famous for applying, the Islamic religious discourse, the schools of Islam and the top problem of the Islamic world today. He also commented on the conditions in Iraq and the possibility of...
The article is an interview with Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi on the issue of renewing the religious discourse. He comments on the relation between renewal and ijtihad, saying that renewal means not thinking with the minds of our predecessors, but rather arriving at ijtihads for our time.
Dr. Fayed Ashour refutes Jewish claims concerning the existence of Solomon´s Temple in Jerusalem
The article is an interview with Dr. Fayed Ashour. He argues that most of the Jews are not Semitic. He also refuses the claim of Jews that that they are the builders of the Giza Pyramids.


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