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Grand Shaykh of the Azhar Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb is holding a meeting at the Azhar headquarters on Thursday with leading members of the Salafist Call Group, Islamists and preachers. The meeting will address issues of Muslim unity, da'wah (call) and unified religious discourse in this critical stage of...
For four concessive weeks, the issue of unifying the Adhān in the greater Cairo area has caused controversy. Several opinion articles have attacked the decision as well as the decision makers, including the minister of endowments. Those who attacked the decision saw it as a decision imposed by a...
Amidst the tempest caused by the Ministry of Awqaf's [Religious Endowment's] plan to unify the Azan in the Greater Cairo, Dr. Zaqzouq, the Minister, was the target of fervent attacks. He was accused of being involved in a plot to ruin Islam. Those who attacked the Minister backed their attacks with...
The author advocates unifying the Adhān in order to eradicate the phenomenon of the overlapping and discordant voices which are transmitted via the loudspeakers.
The minister of endowments denies that delays in starting the unified Adhān are due to financial or religious obstacles.
The minister of endowments asserted that the project that will unify the calls to prayers would eliminate randomness and noisy voices.
The problems facing the project of a unified adhān are about to be solved by cooperation between the minister of information and the minister of awqāf [endowments].
The minister of Awqāf announces the launching of a unified call to prayer by the end of 2006.
In this interview, the minister of religious endowments warns of "foolish acts" by some Muslims, which he says could pose a real threat to the Muslim nation, stressing that the niqāb is a tradition and not a religious duty.
In an interview with Muhammad Shibl [a Muslim thinker], the author discusses the issue of a unified call for prayer in Cairo.


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