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The author of the article, Dr. Wā’il ‘Azīz, discusses religious freedom versus freedom of expression. He calls on Muslims to acknowledge the achievements of all Muslim scholars and intellectuals, and asserts that no one has the right to issue fatwás of Takfīr against anyone unless they publicly...
Rose al-Youssef has taken upon itself to confront two recent, suspicious, religion-related phenomena. One is the new breed of Shaykh preaching in private homes. The other is the hypocritical defense of Islām in the face of a wave of offending literary works. There is now a third phenomenon...
In this article, Mustafa Mahmoud speaks about the true meaning of Shari’a [Islamic law], to whom it has been given and on whose shoulders rests the responsibility of applying it. He comments on the attitude of those who exploit Shari’a in their demonstration saying what Khalid Mohammed Khalid said...
A year ago, during the general assembly of the radio and television union, Safwat Al-Sherif, Minister of Information announced the establishment of Al-Tanweer channel. A few months ago, the final form was admitted. In about a month, the experimental broadcasting of the channel will start. Religious...
The Sunna deniers claim that the Sunna is full of lies. Prominent thinkers Judge al-Ashmawy and Mustafa Mahmud are attacked.
The controversy over the reality of Prophet Mohammed’s intercession on Doomsday has been dramatically aggravated after controversial thinker Dr. Moustafa Mahmoud repeatedly emphasized that there is no such a thing as intercession. His opinion stirred the emotions of Sheikhs and Muslim scholars who...
Among the leading opponents to what Dr. Mustafa Mahmoud is saying about the non-existence of the intercession of the Prophet Muhammed and the rejection of the Sunna is Dr. Ahmed Omar Hashem, president of the prestigious Azhar University. In this interview with Al-Musawwar he tried to answer all...
[Also repeated in Al-Ahrar May 26, 1999] Dr. Nasr Farid Wasel, the State Mufti of Egypt, says there is no dispute over the intercession of the Prophet Mohammed for Muslims on the Day of Judgment and gives two Qur’anic references to back his stance.
An answer to an article written in Al-Ahram on May 5, 1999 by Dr. Mustafa Mahmoud in which he said that intercession [by the Prophet Mohammed for Muslims on the Day of Judgment] is not valid and this is because the holy verses [in the Qur’an] contradict the Hadith.
Dr. Mustafa Mahmoud’s reply to the angry reactions to his understanding concerning the intercession of the Prophet Mohammed for Muslims on the Day of Judgment. [He doesn’t believe that the Prophet Mohammed can intercede for believers.]
Dr. Mahmoud argues that there cannot be any form of intercession on the Day of Judgment because if it happened it would be a form of injustice and favoritism, and this is impossible taking into consideration the justice of Allah. The Azhar scholars have criticized him for this view.
Dr. Mustafa Mahmoud recently provoked the anger of many Muslim scholars and the general public, by his recent denial of the concept of the Prophet Mohammed’s intercession on behalf of believers on the Day of Judgment.
The article lists the most popular books in Egypt. Both are on Islam.
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