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Some 70 Members of Parliament reject a visit to be paid by the US Congress Freedom from Religious Persecution Committee, which they view as an attempt to interfere in domestic political affairs and have an impact on the public opinion trends within the period in which Egypt is preparing for the...
Natural disasters, including earthquakes, hurricanes and famines are not God’s revenge on the people of the world, Grand Imām of the Azhar, Shaykh Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī said.
No one paused to ask himself/herself why girls convert to Islam. Is it because of special problems regarding the personal status file, which has been neglected by the Church and must be opened immediately? The whole thing simply lies with the Church in Egypt, and the sensitivity with which matters...
Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār said, “Whoever says that the tsunami is a natural disaster is a kafir.” I say that it is 100 percent a natural disaster and it is not a punishment from God. Am I really an apostate?! Is my knowledge that I gained from God a reason for rendering me an apostate?
According to Muslim shaykhs’explanations of the tusnami, we should understand that God punished Muslims, destroyed their lands, and cruelly crushed them because they welcomed tourists and allowed them to play music, dance and feel happy. It seems that the happiness of tourists must have disturbed...
Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār has been repeating over and over that the tsunami victims deserved what happened to them because they are sinners and adulterers. I asked Dr. al-Najjār what would you say about the recent flood in Pakistan, which is an Islamic country, the earthquake in the Islamic Republic...
The recent deadly tidal waves known as tsunami, which claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands in several Asian countries, will not go unnoticed by scientific research institutions in the West. The matter, however, is totally different in ignorant backward countries. The casualties were mostly...
While some people explained the tsunami as a punishment from God for the low sexual morals of the people of the area where it happened, others explained it as a natural disaster. Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār stressed that whoever says that the tsunami earthquake is a natural phenomenon is kāfir [...
It is neither proper nor wise of some to explain natural disasters as revenge on the part of Almighty God (e.g., the recent Tsunami disaster that claimed the lives of nearly 300,000 people).
The people coming from Bangladesh are talking about the danger that Muslims are subjected to conversion to Christianity. Muslims need to offer them help.
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