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Fahmi Howeidi wrote an article in Al-Ahram titled “A Point of Order.”He discussed the issue of renewing the Islamic religious discourse, commenting on the seminar “Scientific Means for Renewing the Religious Discourse,” held by the Cairo Center for Human Rights Studies. Howeidi attacked the seminar...
The article is an interview with Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi on the issue of renewing the religious discourse. He comments on the relation between renewal and ijtihad, saying that renewal means not thinking with the minds of our predecessors, but rather arriving at ijtihads for our time.
The article is an interview with Dr. Abdel-Mo´ti Bayoumi. He comments on ijtihad, secularism and the legality of women issuing fatwas. He also comments on his expectation of being appointed rector of the Azhar University.
The article presents the ideas of Dr. Abdel Monem Abu Al-Fotouh, a prominent Brotherhood member, concerning the renewal of the Islamic religious discourse. He states that this discourse is not holy, but simply a human ijtihad, which should be renewed from time to time.
The author writes in defense of the human rights conference in Paris in light of the criticism leveled at it by writer Fahmi Huweidi.
The author criticizes the human rights conference in Paris and its discussion of the issue of renewing the Islamic religious discourse. He believes that those who discussed the issue are not qualified. He writes that the issue became on everybody´s lips and a subject that is dealt with every...
The article is an interview with the new Mufti of Egypt, Dr. Ali Gom´a. He comments on the issues of Sufism, renewing the religious discourse, issuing fatwas, modern Islamic preachers, Islam-West relations, apostasy in Islam, hisba lawsuits and applying the hudood [punishments for certain sins] of...
The Minister of Endowments refutes the claims concerning unifying the subject of the Friday sermon and foreign intervention in the Islamic religious discourse. He also comments on the issue of renewing the religious discourse.
The author discusses the issue of renewing the religious discourse as one of the new expressions that surfaced after September 11.
The author comments on the reasons why renewing the religious discourse is needed and who are the persons to renew it. He also comments on the importance of renewing the religious, political and social discourses in order to be able to renew the cultural discourse.

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