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Muhammad Rāghib wonders when the draft law on human organ transplantation will be issued. He points out several points in the argument for a unified law, touching on the controversies of organ trafficking and inter-religious organ donation.
Rose El-Youssef created a special file on extremism and terrorism. The file discusses cassette tapes that degrade women in Egyptian society, the fact that some lawyers looking for fame collaborate with extremists, that some scholars oppose scholarly development and that terrorists have turned to...
At the conference called "Seeing is a right for all," which was held at the Ministry of Health, the Grand Imam and the Mufti said they agreed to the transplantation or donation of body organs as long as this was done legally and agreed upon by doctors. They quoted many Qur’anic verses to support...
Fanatic doctors call for closed mindedness and stiffness. They claim to be religious but in reality they are not. The fanatics are trying to stop the development in the medical profession.
The sheikh al-Azhar speaks about people who are exploiting religion and blow up old issues. He therefore addresses a number of issues that have created recently a lot of dust including bank interest, working in tourism, family planning and the transfer of human organs.
Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, Sheikh Al-Azhar has been much opposed by more conservative or radical Muslims. Examples are given.
Sha’arawi was considered "something of a saint". He defended Sadat when he visited Israel in 1977. His popularity grew after he resigned as minister of Religious Endowments and his popularity made him almost impervious to criticism and only a few, mostly leftists, dared challenge his religious...
An autobiography of the phenomenal preacher. The translator added the references to many other articles which appeared about sheikh Sha’arawi in the Egyptian press.
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