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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.
In an attempt to curb the sea of fatwas, the Azhar has recently submitted a proposal to the People’s Assembly, in which it called for introducing legislation to criminalize the issuance of fatwas by unqualified Muslim scholars, Muhammad Khalīl writes.
‘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.
A cassette tape which attacks Christians and writers is being sold on the streets.
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...
The author thinks that Dā‘iya ‘Amr Khālid has managed to attract the West’s attention, while the Egyptian government, the opposition parties and other political currents are engaged in a useless row. She sheds light on a recent New York Times’ report on the dā‘iya entitled, "Offer a helping...

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