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Al-Yawm al-Sābiʿ outlines the press conference held by Saudi Arabia to announce the details of the Hajj [Ḥajj] pilgrimage season this year.
Grand Imām Dr. Shaykh Ahmad al- Tayyib head of the Azhar stated that the Custodian of the Two Holy Places, King ‘Abd ‘Allah Ibn Abd al- ‘Azīz al- Saūd is a wise and experienced leader who is alert to the conspiracies that is arranged from forces of evil to Arab and Muslim countries
The technical bodies affiliated to the Saudi Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques (CTHM) Project has announced that for the first time, it is to live broadcast in five languages the simultaneous translationof the Farewell Sermon or Khutbah ʿArafāt of al-Ḥarām Mosque. 
The article presents a brief review of some literary works on the hajj, to show how literature has been influenced by religious values in society.
The Libyan president says that Christians and Jews should be given the right to circumambulate the ka‘bah.
Ṭāhā Farghalī reports about the incident of destroying 17 Christian websites.
A fatwá issued to Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah regarding smoking and if it annuls al-Iḥrām sparks controversy among scholars and the public alike.
Nawal al- Sa’adawi started defending herself against the apostasy charges directed at her. She issued a statement in which she criticized the defamation campaign launched against her by a weekly paper. It was reported that she backed down on her decision to confront Mohammed Hassan al-Alfi,...
Some media sources reported that the American authorities asked the Saudi authorities to observe the pilgrimage season this year because it discovered that some terrorists belonging to Al-Qa’ida intended to hold a meeting during this season. The Saudi authorities took this matter into...
The separation of a husband and wife as a result of one of them leaving Islam is not directly based on the Qur’an or Mohammed’s tradition, but rather on jurisprudence conclusion that since the apostate is no longer a Muslim, and since a Muslim female cannot marry a non-Muslim male, they are to be...


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