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Several readers have sent letters in response to a previous letter by reader Samīr Farancis criticizing Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār’s articles about the scientific miracles contained in the Qur’ān. The first of these letters was by Hamdī ‘Abd al-Mo‘tī ‘Alī, who said Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār needs nobody’s...
Rose al-Yousuf presented a file with six articles about the same subject written by Sayyid al-Qimnī, Muhammad Shahrour, ‘Abd Allāh al-Najjār, ‘Abd al-Sabour Shahīn, Hāla al-Bannā, Majdī al-Milījī.
The author continues his series of articles on Bedouinization. He questions to what extent it is accurate to say that the Bedoiuns had a great influence on culture in the Middle East, and considers dress code among other things.
Transcript of a speech presented by William Dalrymple at the American University in Cairo, highlighting his experiences traveling to Christian Holy sites throughout the Middle East, as well as his personal interpretation of political Islām. He includes references to both historical and present day...
Mijāhid Khalaf interviews the Islamic thinker Zaghlūl al-Najjār, who discusses the West’s misperceptions of Islam.
The scientific inimitability of the Qur’ān harms Islam more than it benefits it.
Dr. Muhammad ‘Imarah explains the difference between Islamic and Western cultural models.
Tal‘at Radwān summarizes the recent debate on reforming religious discourse organized by the Cairo Centre for Human Rights.
The author tackles the reasons behind the deteriorating conditions of Muslims worldwide, asserting that the main reason is their failure to follow up modern science and civilization.
The author explains the term "Islamic secularism." Islam is an absolute religion like all other revealed religions and secularism is a relative philosophy like all other philosophies that are open to change and modification. The adjective "Islamic" gives secularism an Islamic dimension and not the...
The Union of Islamic Universities prepares new curricula for human and social sciences from an Islamic perspective. A committee was formed in the union for this regard.
The article shows that in order for Muslims to be the best among nations, they should practice jihad through science not through fighting. Many scientists comment on the important of science.
Three Arab intellectuals give their viewpoints concerning the issue of Islamizing knowledge and science.
Samīr Sarhān argues for the need to have an integrated perspective of religion and, at the same time, raise the banners of science and objectivity.
The author argues that the Qur’ān contains information that has been recently discovered by science.
Studies of brainwave patterns has demonstrated that Qur’ānic recitation affects even the hearts of non-Arabic speaking people and non-Muslims.
The Azhar has rejected a book, taught at the American University in Cairo, after it was found to contain many insults to Islam.
Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār has again interpreted the Pakistan earthquake as a divine wrath.
An interview with Dr. Zaghlul al-Najjār on the relationship between science and the Qur’ān. Husām Tammām writes that by the end of the interview, he was convinced that the scientific miracles of the Qur’ān are lies, or at least a knowledge-related scandal.
The working of miracles is not exclusive to the modern scientific theory of the Qur’ān. It has old roots, particularly in Sufism, as there was no blessed, righteous man who did not fly through the air, walk on water or foretell the future.

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