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For the third week, Pope Benedict’s controversial remarks on Islam and the Prophet Muhammad have made headlines in Egyptian national and independent newspapers. A number of Muslim intellectuals devoted their columns to refute claims about the spread of Islam by the sword. Some Muslim scholars...
Nabīl Salamah advocates for the whole world to cooperate in re- reading history towards an objective point of view - towards strengthening values of peace, justice and love. These are the values common to both religions: Islam and Christianity.
Salīm al-‘Awa criticizes the abilities of the Shaykh of al-Azhar in drawing up fatwás, since he is not a specialist in Islamic jurisprudence.
The author of the article, Mustafá Bayyūmī, provides a literary analysis of some of Najīb Mahfūz’s works, highlighting the great writer’s allusions to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad in most of his writings.
It is an unfair offense what the pope said about Islam being spread by force. Islamic history is full of examples of the liberty and respect by which Muslim leaders treated newly conquered cities, at a time when the Byzantine Empire had no rules for fighting and killing.
This article compares Arab and Western perspectives on the mind and faith and explains the Islamic concept of equality between men and women.
Muhammad Fawzī asks Dr.‘Alī Jum‘ah about the differences between the Sunnī and Shī‘ah.
In this article in the series, the author draws upon the writings of Hasan al-Bannā and his assertion that Arab unity is central to Islamic unity.
Makram Muhammad Ahmad discusses the misconceptions about Islam adopted in the West.
This article asserts that diversity is a natural characteristic of life and that Muslims should have a sense of belonging to Islam rather than to anything else.
Egypt’s endowments minister, Dr. Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, discussed the respect Islam has for the other at the World Religious Leaders Conference held in Kazakhstan.
Ahmad Khālid sees that the reason behind backwardness in the Arab world, particularly in Egypt, is the rigidity and deficiency of religious discourse. He argues that Egypt nowadays suffers from the absence of authentic clergy.
Muhammad ‘Imarah compares the difference between the Islamic model of Arabic culture and the secular model of Western culture.
In contrast to the materialism of the modern Western society, Islam gives highest priority to human beings.
The author suggests ways that the present weakness of the Islamic nation can be addressed.
The author discusses how Islam can affect Arab culture and its formation according to God’s laws and regulations.
Dr. Muhammad ‘Imarah explains the difference between Islamic and Western cultural models.
Mursī ‘Attallah defends Islam as a religion of peace, not terrorism and racism.
Tal‘at Radwān summarizes the recent debate on reforming religious discourse organized by the Cairo Centre for Human Rights.
The article highlights the importance of the judiciary in Islam and how this is reflected in Islamic legislation.


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