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The article covers the word of President Mubarak at the opening session of the international conference for inter-religious dialogue that started its activities on September 23, in Kazakhstan. The Minister of Endowments spoke on behalf of the president. Mubarak stresses the role of religions to...
The author interviewed Dr. Mahmoud Ismail. The interview discussed the issue of renewing the religious discourse, the topic of two seminars attended by Dr. Ismail during two consecutive months: the first was during the Arab Culture Conference held in Cairo by the Supreme Culture Council. The second...
The article is a paper presented by the Tunisian intellectual Salah Eddin Al-Gorshi at a conference held in Paris, an initiative of the Cairo Center for Human Rights. The paper discusses the issue of renewing the religious discourse.
The writer comments on the actions and papers of a conference held in Paris titled “Renewing the Religious Discourse,” organized by the Cairo Center for Human Rights.
Ismā‘īl Muntasir, the author, comments on a book by the Italian writer Oriana Fallaci entitled "The Force of Reason,” which includes opinions that he believes reflect Fallaci ’s deep grudge against Islam.
The author believes that the Azhar Inter-Religious Dialogue Committee has turned into a public relations office doing nothing but distributing complements and congratulations at Western churches without having a real dialogue with the Vatican.
General Muhammad Shibl comments on the criticism of Al-Liwa al-Islami of the writers of Al-Qahera. Al-Liwa al-Islami accused them of being secular writers who write against the true religion. Al-Liwa al-Islami responded to the article of Shibl by insulting him and comparing him to Salman Rushdi.
The article is an interview with the Sheikh of the Azhar. He comments on the future of the Islamic nation [umma], renewing religious discourse and the Arab Culture Conference, which is said to have called for anti-Islamic ideas.
The article discusses whether religious discourse and religious thinking in general have been affected by the attacks of September 11 and by the war in Iraq.
The 15th General Islamic Conference that was held in Cairo May 9 under the title “The Future of the Islamic Nation” was front-page news in Egyptian press for five days. Articles covering the conference report on the different speeches. The conference is believed to reflect a change in the language...
The International Council for Rapprochement Between Denominations organizes its 16th international conference for Islamic unity in Iran under the title "Globalization and the Universality of Islam."
The author advises Muslim youth on how to help their brothers in Iraq and Palestine. He believes that the war on Iraq is not the only crisis the Islamic umma [nation] is going through these days. He elaborates on the Qur´anic verse “Verily never will Allah change the condition of a people...
Prime Minister Dr. Atef Ebeid will participate in the conference of “The Future of the Islamic Nation” on behalf of President Mubarak. The conference is organized by the Ministry of Endowments and discusses the civilizational, political, social and economic future of the Islamic nation.
The author comments on the annual conference of the Arab Thought Forum that was held two months ago in Amman under the title “The Arab-Islamic culture…security and identity.” He believes that the subject of the title is formulated in a way indicating that it is an accomplished fact – which is not...
An interview with the Rector of the Azhar University on how to correct the image of Islam in the West. He believes that Muslim preachers can play a key role in that respect. That is why the Azhar University concentrates on graduating well qualified preachers.
The author believes that defaming the image of Islam becomes an “international hobby that has started by writing and reached the extent of using military power against Muslims.” Muslims have a problem in correcting the image of Islam, which is that preachers, who are the bridge between Islam and...
Interview with the president of the Islamic Organization for Education, Sciences and Culture on the importance of inter-religious dialogue. He believes such dialogue would solve the problems of the modernization of life through a unified Islamic perspective.
Some old, often even pre-Islamic, traditions treat women as inferior, but they seek legitimacy through misinterpreting hadiths [Prophet Muhammad’s sayings and traditions].
Some aspects of the Rabat Conference in Morocco, which was held last June 14-16, are noteworthy. The theme was ‘Fostering Dialogue among Cultures and Civilizations through Concrete and Sustained Initiatives’.
The head of the Muslim Juristic Assembly made clear that the key issue for discussion at the next session of the Assembly will be terrorism. The head of the Assembly requested that the UN give an official definition of ‘terrorism’ and ‘resistance’. He also explained that the Assembly is attempting...

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