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Muhammad al- Shāfi‘ī interviews Dr. Ahmad Duwīdār, Imām of the Manhattan mosque, to discuss the obligations of Muslims living in exile.
October presents the opinion of Uri Avnery, an Israeli author, writing about the “conflict of civilizations.” October writes that Avnery has shown support to the Prophet of Islām and Muslims against false accusations and mistrust promoted by the head of the Catholic Church.
The author deals with the address delivered by President Husnī Mubārak on the occasion of Laylat al-Qadr, in which he urged scholars to pursue a contemporary religious discourse that will help spread the principles of tolerance.
Western governments are initiating local institutions for training and qualifying imāms in a way that meets the Western contexts in which they live and preach.
The author conducted an interview with Dr ‘Abd al-Sabūr Shāhīn on Western attacks on Islam and the role of Islam in Egyptian society.
The review takes up the issue of the niqāb as Jack Straw, Leader of the House of Commons, called on Muslim women in Britain to take off their veils in workplaces, while in Egypt, the President of Hilwān University made a decision to prohibit all niqāb-wearing students from entering the...
The author asserts that Islam and Muslims are the enemy created by some western circles, but Muslims are contributing to make the western “imaginary” come true. He also notes that the war against those who insult Islam has also targeted some Arab intellectuals.
Shaykh Mansūr al- Rifā‘ī, former under secretary at the Ministry of Endowments, says that God describes Muslims as the best people that have been brought forth for mankind as long as they "enjoin right conduct, forbid indecency and believe in God." While exonerating Islam from the charges of...
The author of the article, Tāriq Mustafá, criticizes mosques that use amplifiers and attract famous dā‘īyahs to attract a large number of worshippers during the month of Ramadān. He also raises questions about where the charitable donations that are collected by mosques go.
Rajab al-Murshidī criticizes Muslim dā‘īyahs who concentrate their efforts on making money during the month of Ramadān, where many Muslims compete in good deeds.

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