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Christian organizations have continued their attacks against Muslims, alleging that the persecution of Copts is the most important human rights issue. This was alleged by an organization called the Patriotic Federation of Missionaries and came at the same time as many false accusations from...
The Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy is split over a book authored by a businessman that interprets the Qur’ān in more than 27,000 verses. He says his book, the first literary epic in the Arab world dealing with interpretation of the Qur’ān, will make it easier for the public to understand...
An Egyptian author writes in favor of Israel and Judaism in a book banned by the Azhar University.
Sawt al-Ummah discusses a controversial book published by the Ministry of Awqāf (Endowments), calling for the killing of Bahā’īs.
The author reviews the opinion of a committee of the Azhar to ban the publicizing of adultery-related cases amidst outcry from media professors who assert that such a ban has not prevented adultery in other countries.
The controversial document of religious rights has disappeared from the Azhar sheikhdom, raising many questions over the grand imām’s relations to it. Al-Maydān publishes a picture of Dr. Tantāwī and Shaykh cAmr al-Bastawīsī, the former head of the office of the grand imām, shaking hands...
A recent Administrative Judicial Court ruling allowing Egyptian Bahā’īs to have their religion recognized on official documents and the issue of Bahā’ī marriage have been a subject of heated debate in the Egyptian press.
The article praises a court ruling repealing a previous ruling that gave Egypt’s nearly 1000 Bahā’īs the right to have their faith registered in official documents, with opinions by intellectuals that Bahā’ism is not a religion and that the only religions recognized in Egypt are the divine...
The author, a member of the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy, affirms that Islam does not accept the ‘Urfī marriage because it is not registered and consequently would cause the rights of either party of the ‘Urfī couple to be lost, since the courts of law acknowledge only marriage contracts...
The author reviews the opinions of university professors about the enactment of an international law criminalizing any assaults on the Muslim faith in particular or divine religions in general.

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