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The author tackles the criticism made by Shaykh Yousuf al-Qaradāwī against the Azhar for not being active in the cartoon crisis.
The review examines different opinions about the visit of Muslim dā‘īya [a person who calls for Islam] cAmr Khālid to Denmark and his conference there to establish dialogue with the Danes about Islam and the need to reach an understanding between the West and Muslim nations.
This press review tackles the issue of the crisis of the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by Jyllands-Posten and the support by a Jewish organization in the United States for the campaign to denounce the publication of the cartoons.
Views in the Muslim world have differed over the proper reaction to the controversial Danish cartoons. However, most Muslim scholars have stressed the need for drawing clear lines between freedom of expression and irresponsible freedom that insults religious beliefs.
In response to the offensive cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, first published by the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in September 2005, moderate Egyptian preacher, ‘Amr Khālid has revealed an initiative to engage in dialogue with Danish youth and intellectuals in a bid to find common...
Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten reiterated its apology to the Muslim world over the cartoons it had published on September 30, 2005, which nourished antagonistic sentiments against Denmark. However, the newspaper editor Carsten Juste refused to pledge to not publish any more articles or cartoons...
Muslim scholar ‘Abd al-Sabour Shāhīn blames the Azhar and the Islamic Research Academy for not taking proper action against the recent Danish attack on the Prophet Muhammad. He also praises the position of secretary-general of the Arab League, ‘Amr Mousa, who led a diplomatic delegation, demanding...
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