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Hilmī al-Nimnim answers October’s rumor about the Azhar preventing a book from being published.
Egyptian Culture Minister Fārūq Husnī has been dismissed following his comments of disapproval about the hijāb and niqāb.
The review deals with Minister of Culture Fārūq Husnī’s latest remarks in which he termed the Ḥijāb to be "a relapse backward," drawing public controversy and anger in parliament where the ruling party, the opposition and independents agreed on the need to have the minister tender his...
This review, in the context of ramifications from the culture minister’s controversial statements on the Ḥijāb, discusses various opinions on whether the Ḥijāb is a religious obligation and how such controversial discussions should be tackled by society, religious and political bodies...
This review discusses political responses to Fārūq Husnī’s controversial statements on the Ḥijāb.
Azhar scholars rejected Prof. Abdel-Mo’ti Bayoumi’s Fatwá that allows a couple not able to bear children to implant their zygote in the womb of another woman. They announced him a deviant from true Islām. Bayoumi said he is ready to turn from this fatwa if any medical discovery proved that...
The Azhar Scholars Front supported the Minister of Culture and urged him to clean the Ministry by firing more officials who are responsible for publishing libertine books. The Front listed 300 books for revision because of immoral style.
This review deals with Minister of Culture Fārūq Husnī’s latest remarks in which he described the Ḥijāb as "a relapse backward," stimulating public controversy and anger in parliament. The ruling party, opposition and independents agreed on the need to have the minister tender his resignation...
The Islamic Research Academy adviced to confiscate two books by Muslims authors about Jesus Christ, in addition to a script about the life of the Prophet Muhammad.
The author of the article, Nafīsah ‘Abd al-Fattāh, lashes out at Farūq Husnī, the Egyptian minister of culture, over his anti- Ḥijāb statements in which he described the Ḥijāb as a regressive trend in Egypt.

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