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Dr. Mustafa Kāmil, governor of Port Said, has inaugurated the 11th Islamic solidarity camp organized by the International Society for Youth. The camp is entitled “Youth, the Absent Role Model, and the Required Efficiency”. Two hundred and fifty youths, from 43 countries, are participating in the...
Racist acts against Muslims and Arabs living in Britain have risen since the July 7 terrorist attacks on London. Official sources have since reported more than 270 incidents of violence and discrimination against Muslims and Arabs across Britain.
Most commentators argue that Islamic terrorism is a fanatical perversion of Islam, which deviates from its true teachings. They call for a Western-style modernization of the Muslim world, hoping thereby that radical Islam will be tamed.
An answer to Tāriq Hajī’s letter to the Minister of Endowments, published in Rose al-Yousuf, issue no.4018, entitled "How to let al-Shaf‘ī and Abu Hanifa triumph over Ibn Taymia?"
Dr. Ahmad Abu al-Majd, an Islamic intellectual, has suggested six major reasons for the crisis amongst Muslims; the lack of appreciation for the value of science, the lack of importance accorded to work, the lack of inquiry, the literal interpretation of the Holy Qur’ān and the Sunnah, religious...
A recent symposium held in the Libyan capital Tripoli underlined the importance of interfaith dialogue in confronting the world’s troubles facing and the need to exert more efforts countering attempts to link Islam and terrorism.
Islam complements all preceding heavenly religions [Judaism and Christianity]. “He hath ordained for you that religion which He commended unto Noah, and that which We inspire in thee (Muhammad), and that which We commended unto Abraham and Moses and Jesus, saying: Establish the religion, and be not...
The grand imām of the Azhar, Shaykh Muhammad Sayyid Tantawī has stated that Islam is against terrorism, aggression, tyranny, destruction and the killing of innocents whether they are Muslims or of other religions.
In one of the three books reviewed on page 17 of this issue of al-Qāhira newspaper, Shaykh Yousuf al-Qaradāwī says he is one of the defenders of the Umayyad Dynasty, first among them the founder Mu‘āwiya Ibn Abī Sufyān.
It is not acceptable from Muslims to invoke or pray for curses to befall on non-Muslims, for that was not what Prophet Muhammad used to do with his enemies, said Muftī of the Republic Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘a in an interview.
Doctrines inside Islam are divers, but all in all it is both a religion and a culture and sometimes it is almost a moral law, a way of life and a cultural approach.
In the symposium of “The heavenly religions and the Arabic identity,” the Sheikh of the Azhar said that heavenly religions came for all human beings and do not have any relation to the Arabic identity or any other identity. Pope Shenouda said that religions should have a universal direction and...
This press review tackles the Sunni-Shiite clashes in Iraq, the Egyptian initiative forwarded by top Sunni Muslim scholars in Egypt to bring an end to the violence, and the exchanged assaults on the shrines of both sides.
A review of articles in the Egyptian press on the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, examining the effect of the demonstrations across the Muslim world on Egypt’s tourist industry and suggestions that governments in Islamic countries have encouraged angry opposition to the cartoons to vent...
The author explains that disputes among Muslims are negatively affecting Islamic unity. These disputes are the result of two widespread misconceptions. The first is taqiyā and the second is the extreme sanctification of imāms.
Certain parties have managed to dominate the minds of some Europeans and bring them into a state of genuine panic about losing their national identity at the hands of what they called the Islamic cultural invasion. This has been one effective result of the boycott against Denmark following the...
Ikrām Lam‘ī says there is no doubt that cultural dialogue with foreigners has become an indispensable option.
Egyptian MP, Rajab Hilāl Himīda, made a shocking statement in a parliamentary session claiming that the Qur’ān incites terrorism.
Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm states that fear of, and interest in, Islam have grown since September 11, 2001, and that Muslims should not deny this fact or settle for hurling naأ¯ve accusations against others of "concocting intrigues and conspiracies" against Islam.
In an interview with Hasan ‘Alī Dabbā, Dr. Yousuf al-Qaradāwī speaks his mind on a range of subjects concerning the future of the Islamic world and the harm Muslim extremists can cause to Islam.


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