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ʿAmrū Khālid was born in a well-off family in 1967 in Alexandria, Egypt. From 1998 onwards Khālid became a full time dāʿiyah as he expanded his enterprise to satellite-television with his first tele-preacher show. Khālid aims at a revival of the Arab world pointing to the current obvious...
The article gives different views on Sheikh Amr Khaled and his way of preaching. It also shows the criticism leveled at Christian journalist Mofied Fawzy because of his comments on Khaled and the issue of the veil, and how Fawzy responds to this criticism.
Supporters of Sheikh Amr Khaled praise his preaching and his efforts to teach youths their religion. His opponents believe he has shallow religious knowledge and thus is not qualified to preach. Al-Arabi attacks a Coptic journalist because he expressed his opinion on Khaled and the issue of the...
A well-known Christian journalist, Mufid Fawzy, described Sheikh Amr Khaled as Don Juan and Rasputin and associated his traveling to England with the decision of a young actress to remove her veil. His words were met with angry reactions. Khaled?s supporters started a new campaign to make the...
Ma?amoun Al-Hodeibi becomes general guide of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Saudi Minister of Interior said that the Brotherhood is the reason behind the problems in the Arab World and even the Islamic world. Al-Hodeibi says that the brothers in Saudi Arabia have never committed anything against the...
Muḥammad Nāṣir discusses the idea of the Azhar having a satellite channel.
‘Abd Allāh Kamāl defends the policy and aims of Rose al-Yūsuf, which has been strongly attacked after issuing a number of articles against dā‘iyah [Islamic preacher] ‘Amr Khālid and some Islamic concepts, such as Ḥijāb and Niqāb.
Mahmoud Samāhah examines the activities of the Islamic dā‘iyah cAmr Khālid on a number of Arab satellite channels, accusing him of seeking personal financial gain by distributing his programs to three different channels, while presenting almost the same content. Samāhah believes that Khālid has...
Diana al-Dabc investigates the rumors that the modern Islamic preacher ‘Amr Khālid is imitating the well-known evangelical pastor Rev. Sāmih Maurice and following his preaching style. She lists characteristics that show that the Muslim preacher is deeply influenced by evangelical methods of...
Wā’il Lutfī writes about reconciliation between ‘Amr Khālid and the Brotherhood’s advocate Wajdī Ghunīm, after the latter publicly criticized Khālid and described him as misguided.
The author warns against the danger of ‘Amr Khālid on young people, especially for those who don’t have a strong religious background.
Mahmūd ‘Āmir lashes out at Muslim preacher, ‘Amr Khālid, for his "misleading" comments about worship.
The author of this article continues his criticism of the incorrect interpretations and information given by ‘Amr Khālid in his speeches.
Mahmūd ‘Āmir states some of ‘Amr Khalid’s irrelevant and wrong comments in his religious discourse.
Superstition and swindling is obvious in the teachings of Amr Khālid. He is a mere narrator, who perfects the art of acting in his address. According to the author this is not religion.Old scholars warn of narration in the name of religion.
‘Amr Khālid, the social reformer as he prefers to call himself, is a new product of the interaction between Islamization, globalization and privatization. Patrick Hinny scrutinizes the phenomenal reformer who has become widely popular around the Arab and Muslim world.
The author says that Islam is nothing but faith and sharī‘a [Islamic law], and therefore criticizes those preachers who preach about ‘unseen things’, which is, frankly speaking, not proved by prophetic traditions and stories.
In an interview with al-Dustour, Egyptian preacher, ‘Amr Khālid, unveils an initiative to instill moral values and ethics into young people in the Arab and Muslim worlds.
The article investigates the connections and ties between young Muslim dā‘īya ‘Amr Khālid and a Jewish American journalist called Samantha M. Shapiro, who is known for her pro-Israel stance and fanaticism against the Palestinians, according to the author.
The article deals with ‘Amr Khālid and a long news feature about him published by The New York Times by a Jewish researcher, Samantha Shapiro, who allegedly has close relations to him. The article also discusses the popularity he enjoys in US circles for representing a form of Islam that can...

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