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Views of Muslim scholars differ over whether to accept the so-called "apology" of Pope Benedict for the remarks he made about Islam a few weeks ago. Nearly 38 Muslim scholars and leaders sent a letter to the pope to indicate their appreciation of the pope’s expression of regret and his affirmation...
A new Islamic satellite channel launched five months ago is said to be successful with the people, but is also criticized by scholars for promoting extremist salafist ideas.
Al-Wafd newspaper interviews Islamic preacher Khalīd al- Jindī, who rejects claims that he is one of a group of modern Islamic preachers because he wears western dress.
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.
In an attempt to quench the uproar over his recent fatwá that appeared to allow the killing of Israeli Jews worldwide, Muslim dā‘īyah Shaykh Safwat Hijāzī, explains in two interviews with Sawt al-Ummah and al-Wafd that his fatwá should only be carried out during wartime.
‘Amr Khālid is a young Egyptian Islamic preacher who has gained huge popularity in the Arab world in recent years. The author criticizes ‘Amr Khālid’s stance towards the Israeli aggression on Lebanon.
The article deals with the security interference in the selection of preachers for mosques, citing a letter signed by a police major general prohibiting Dr. Safwat Hijāzī from delivering sermons in mosques after he gave a fatwá allowing the killing of Israeli tourists.
A few days ago Muslim dā‘īyah, Dr. Safwat Hijāzī, issued a fatwá urging Muslims to declare war against Israeli civilians worldwide. The fatwá was severely condemned by the Azhar, the highest religious institution in the Muslim world, as incorrect and terrorist in nature.
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.


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