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This article discusses publications affiliated with the Azhar.
لا اقبل اختزال ديني في علامة خارجية هي حجاب او نقاب، فإيماني هو ما وقر في قلبي وصدق عليه عملي ما دمت اعتقد اني على الحق واقرب الى الله من غيري الذي يختزل دينه في قطعة قماش. الفرائض التي نص عليها الاسلام معروفة وليس منها ملبس محدد للمرأة...فلا فضل لمحجبة على سافرة او سافرة على محجبة الا بالتقوى...
This article discusses the absence of the culture of freedom of expression and how this has various negative effects on all fields of society which in term hinders progress.
This article deals with freedom of expression. The author highlights six reasons that may count for absence of freedom of expression.
Jābir ‘Asfūr refutes a court ruling that removes a decision of the minister of culture on rewarding poet Hilmī Sālim after a fundamental relic sued the minister believing that one of his poems insulted God.
Jābir ‘Asfūr publishes the second part of his article ’School of Copts,’ in which he discusses his education at a Coptic school where he spent his childhood with his Coptic classmates and friends.
Jābir ‘Asfūr, a prominent Egyptian intellectual and man of literature, reports on his childhood in the city of al-Mahallah in the Egyptian Delta where he used to attend a Coptic school.
In his article, Jābir ‘Asfūr writes that religious discourse is closely connected to the circumstances of each era and should be explained in light of these circumstances.
The author refers to a book by Dr. Abd al-Mu‘ṭī Bayyūmī entitled, ‘Al-Islām wa-al-Dawlah al-Madanīyah,’ [Islam and the Civil State] which condemns the narrow view and intolerance of some Islamic groups.
The article analyzes Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyūmī’s book ‘Islam and Civil Statehood.’


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