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The Muslim Community and the Muslim Lebanese Union replaced Shaykh al-Hilālī, an Egyptian, with Shaykh Sāfī, Lebanese, to undertake the responsibilities of mūftī. As a result, demonstrations were held to protest the decision.
This article says the Australian Muftī was wrong to compare unveiled women to uncovered meat, and that only perverts regard women as sexual objects.
Arguments about the Ḥijāb and the Niqāb have not ceased, neither in the Islamic world nor in the West.
The author clarifies some Islamic concepts that are misunderstood by the West, their reasons, and the ways to face them.
“Apparently all Muslims are not terrorists; however, the truth is that the majority of terrorists are Muslims. We should confess as Muslims that terrorism has become an exclusive Islamic project for Muslim men and women,” ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Rāshid says in al-Sharq al-Awsat. In his fourth and final...
The author uses two images, that of the ostrich and the owl, to explore possible immigration scenarios in Europe. She argues that only “a vision steeped in individual rights, the rule of law and the equality of men and women can help guide Europe out of [its current immigration quagmire].”
The President of an American Islamic association denounces a recent al-Qā‘īdah statement saying that Islamic terrorist actions are an insult to Muslims and Islām.
Declarations from the chairman of the European Commission about Islām and Muslims’ way of dressing.
In an interview with the authors, the dean of the Academy of Sharī‘ah in the U.S. talked about the status of Muslims in the West especially after the events of September 11.
The speech of Australia’s Muftī, Shaykh Tāj al-Dīn al- Hilālī, during the holy month of Ramaḍān in which he described women who do not wear the veil as ’uncovered meat’ that attracts sexual predators caused heated controversy around Australia yesterday.
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.
Leader of the Catholic Church in Scotland seeks apology from Muslims for the September 11 attacks and London bombings in return for the pope’s apology for his offence to Islam.
The niqāb is stirring controversy in different parts of the World. An Egyptian university professor is to be sued for criticizing it; the Egyptian muftī advises that women don’t wear it and students wearing it will be barred from accessing a university hostel. In Western countries it is regarded as...
The author discusses what he describes as an anti-Islam campaign in the West, for which, he says, Muslims are partly to be blamed. He noted that Muslims and Arabs have changed their perceptions about Europe after successive clashes and attacks on its teaching in several European countries.
The author articulates some basic rules of interfaith dialogue, which he asserts should be followed by all parties.
Muslims practice religious freedom in Europe during the holy month of Ramadan.
Many French politicians share their breakfast traditions with Muslims in Paris during the holy month of Ramadan.
The author of the article raises suspicions about the seriousness of the suspected plot to explode airplanes and implies that the arrest of Muslim suspects in Britain was planned by the U.S.
Western governments are initiating local institutions for training and qualifying imāms in a way that meets the Western contexts in which they live and preach.
The author conducted an interview with Dr ‘Abd al-Sabūr Shāhīn on Western attacks on Islam and the role of Islam in Egyptian society.


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