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‘Abd al-Mun‘im Munīb explores results from studies conducted by the National Center for Social Research and the Gallup Organization that state that the majority of Egyptians wish to apply Shari‘ah as the source of law in Egypt.
Last year the Muslim Brotherhood issued the first draft of its political platform, the author comments that the document made use of modern democracy-based vocabulary but questions whether the platform really advocates a civil state.
The author writes that Egypt has agreed to criminalize polygamy that was underlined in the final recommendations of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly that was recently held in Athens, Greece.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s recent comments about the application of Sharī‘ah in Britain have created a massive wave of responses. Here one author who is a Muslim women discusses how Sharī‘ah still governs women and children in family law.
The article looks at the changing face of religion in Britain over the last fifty years. The author analyzes the increasingly ’multifaith’ face of Britian.
The author reflects on three different recent incidents that he believes should worry moderate Muslims and questions why international organizations have not spoken out against these events.
The following presents letters from the readers of Watani International, commenting on published stories, and hot topics of contention in the Egyptian media.
Waḥīd Ḥāmid compares the Islamic Justice and Development Party [AKP] in Turkey, which has reached power, and the Muslim Brotherhood group in Egypt. He believes that the Turkish party has managed to attain power by concerning themselves with the real problems of people, unlike Islamists in Egypt...
The article is a personal interpretation of Islam presented by al-Nogaidan. He explores his experiences with Islam, beginning with extremist ideologies that were fostered in Saudi Arabia, to his realization of Islam as a try religion of peace.
The article is based on a file that was issued by Rose al-Yūsuf magazine on the role held by religious men in both Christianity and Islam in society, and their disputes with each other.

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