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Dubbed ‘Terrorism is made in Europe and the U.S.A.’, Egyptian Al-Bawāba News online published a video clip, interviewing people on the streets of Cairo; while the recorded reactions may differ in their verbal discourses, they are all in consensus that this infamous attack on Muslims worshippers...
Muslim minorities could be a huge political force on decision making in the West but only if they were organized. This means that these minorities should cooperate with each other through a common Islamic framework that would bring them together. But they would need Islamic governments and...
Dr. Ahmad Al-Raysouni, scholar on the fundamentals of Islamic fiqh, researched the concept of majority rule in Islam and what the Shari’a says about this issue. He says in the introduction to his research that there is no straightforward statement [in the Qur’an] that tells Muslims to follow the...
Muslim scholars have gone on a rampage directly after the news of Amīna Wadoud delivering the Friday sermon and leading male and female worshippers in prayer.
Muslims in Europe in general and in London more specifically are facing grave difficulties following the London bombings, which might affect their survival there after decades of adaptation.
The referendum for the constitution of EU countries raises the question concerning the situation of European Muslims with regards to the constitution and the Union.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a new report on Muslims' civil rights during 2003 revealing a 70% increase in discrimination cases against American Muslims in 2003 compared to the previous year.
A Dutch lawyer representing Muslims in the Netherlands has taken legal actions to stop making part II of the controversial movie ?Submission,” which harshly criticizes, in part I, the position of women in Muslim communities.
Dorris is not her real name because she prefers to be unidentified and would never say where she lives, but recently she authored a book roughly called I was married to a mujahid in which she demonstrated how she fell in love with a handsome Egyptian young man.
The murder of the Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh, a grandnephew of the famous Dutch painter [Vincent van Gogh,] by a Muslim extremist has increased terror fears in Western and European communities where a large number of Muslims live. Everyone knows that such assassination was the spark that set off...
The killing of 47-year-old Dutch director Theo Van Gogh in Amsterdam by a young Muslim man of a Moroccan descent sparked a wave of racial acts of violence and unprecedented ethnic tension against Muslims.
A book published ten years ago has triggered a recent uproar. The book ?Mas?ouleyit fashal al-Dawlah al-Islāmīyah fil asr al-H...
The visit of Shaykh Qaradawi to the UK trigged angry British media responses. The Shaykh was described as an extremist, a radical and a hard-liner. Shaykh Qaradawi’s support of martyrdom operations carried out by Palestinians and his calls for punishing homosexuals were highlighted as evidence of...
The issue of banning the veil as well as other religious symbols at French schools and public institutions is still discussed in Arabic press. Four articles about the issue were published in al-Aḥrār, Sawt al-Azhar, Asharq al-Awsat and al-Hayat.
These are titles of articles published in Arabic press concerning the controversial issue of banning the Ḥijāb in French schools and public institutions.
In comparison to the previous weeks, few writers still pay attention to the issue of eliminating wearing the Ḥijāb in French schools and public institutions. Here you can find the titles of articles that occupied the Arabic press concerning the controversial issue of Ḥijāb in France.
The issue of banning the Ḥijāb as well as other religious symbols at French schools and public institutions are still occupying the Arabic press. The article gives a list of the articles published on this subject.
The recent statement by the Shaykh of Azhar Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi in which he said that the French government has the right to impose a ban on the H...
Egyptian newspapers gave considerable space to the issue of the expected banning of the Islamic veil in France. Discussions of the issue reached their peak last Wednesday, December 17, when President Jacques Chirac called for a new law banning the wearing of head scarves for Muslim girls, of...
More than twenty-five articles in the Arabic newspapers are dedicated to the issue of eliminating religious signs in French schools and its relationship to secularism. President Jacques Chirac?s speech on this issue has provoked contradictory reactions, not only inside the French community,...

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