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The author contends that the authentic collection of hadīth collated by al- Bukhārī contains many sayings wrongly attributed to the Prophet Muhammad. He pleads with the Muslim community to rid itself of these in favour of progress.
Muhammad Shibl calls for the necessity to differentiate between the Qur’ān and prophetic hadīth in order to correct the image of Islam in the West.
The author discusses how hadīth was recorded at the time of the Prophet Muhammad.
The author of this article continues his criticism of the incorrect interpretations and information given by ‘Amr Khālid in his speeches.
Islamic thinker Jamāl al-Bannā said in this interview with Ākhir Sā‘a magazine that there is nothing in Islam called hadd al-ridda, which he deems as harmful to the tolerance and freedom of Islam, asserting that keeping the power of thought defunct will have unfavorable results.
The author responds to allegations that the Azhar promotes sectarian conflict and tension and even spreads “bomb- fatwas”.
The article deals with the ideologies of a group of Muslims who call themselves "the Qur’ānites" who believe only in the Qur’ān and deny the sunna [the Prophet Muhammad’s tradition] altogether.
Egyptian intellectuals express their views on the reason behind the Alexandria incident in particular and sectarian tension in Egypt in general.
The author in this article criticizes the muftī and the religious institution, refuting the muftī’s defense that it has never been responsible for terrorism, and calls for fatwas taking into account the spirit of modernity.
The article investigates opinions by some Muslim scholars on the impurity of dogs and the impermissibility of sculpture and statues, casting doubts on certain hadīths [traditions and sayings attributed to the Prophet Muhammad] banning the possession of dogs, whose saliva, according to many...

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