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The article describes the interview with Dr. Ali Gom’aa, Mufti of Egypt, published in Al-Wafd newspaper.
The article is an interview with the Mufti of Egypt, Dr. Ali Gom´aa. He expresses his anger with the Egyptian press, believing that some publications deliberately exploit religion to arrive at certain aims. He adds that he has been exposed to unjust campaigns waged against him by certain...
The Mufti of Egypt issued a fatwa to the effect that a woman is entitled to refrain from serving her husband, and is entitled to claim for a wage in return for breast-feeding her baby because a woman does not marry in order to become a servant. The fatwa has been the subject of much controversy...
The article is an interview with Dr. Ali Goma’a, the Mufti of Egypt. He commented on many gender-related issues: female genital mutilation, marriage, freedom of women and gender rights. He also gave an idea about his personal life. In addition, he explained the controversial fatwa that allows women...
The Mufti of Egypt, Ali Goma´a, issued a new and strange fatwa that allows women to pray wearing a ballet dancer´s costume. Still, there are conditions for praying with this costume. The room where one is praying should be totally dark. The fatwa triggered the anger of all the members of...
Al-Liwa Al-Islami published the first part of an interview with Dr. Ali Gomaa, Mufti of Egypt. This part discusses the role of Dar Al-Ifta´, the uniform of Al Azhar, the various bases for making a fatwa, and the relations between the Dar Al-Ifta´ and Al Azhar.
The grand muftī of Egypt has issued a fatwa saying that statues are harām, but Egyptian intellectuals have taken an opposing stand, defending the art of sculpture.
The article is a critique of the Grand Muftī ‘Alī Jum‘ā, who has dedicated a permanent section on Dar al-Ifta’a’s website to attacking journalists who criticize what the author calls the muftī’s weird fatwas.
At a time when all the nations in the world are trying to overthrow tyrannical regimes and replace them with sound democratic ones, extremists are interpreting democracy as blunt atheism, and claiming that it replaces the rule of God with that of man.
Dr. Ali Gom’a, the Grand Mufti of the Republic, said the Hejab [veil covering a woman’s hair] is obligatory for all girls as soon as they reach puberty. He added that such an opinion is based on the Qur’an and sunna [sayings or actions of the prophet.]

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