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In the second emission of the interview with Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib, the former Muftīī of Egypt discusses the Ḥijāb and Niqāb referring that there are far much serious issues that Muslims need to be occupied with instead. He refers to some foreign powers that try to attract Egypt Muslims by their...
Muhammad al- Shāfi‘ī interviews Dr. Ahmad Duwīdār, Imām of the Manhattan mosque, to discuss the obligations of Muslims living in exile.
October presents the opinion of Uri Avnery, an Israeli author, writing about the “conflict of civilizations.” October writes that Avnery has shown support to the Prophet of Islām and Muslims against false accusations and mistrust promoted by the head of the Catholic Church.
In an interview with the daily al-Sharq al-Awsat, ‘Abd al-Sabūr Shāhīn stressed the importance of showing the real forgiving face of Islām by denouncing fundamentalism and artificial exterior piety. He also expressed that the simple veil was enough for the Muslim woman, clarifying that the Niqāb...
The controversial draft law banning demonstrations inside mosques, recently submitted by the Ministry of Endowments to the Council of State, was the main focus of al-Ahrām’s recent interview with Dr. Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, the minister of endowments.
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...
The proposal of the National Council for Human Rights (N.C.H.R.) for reviving religious dialogue and reform of the educational curricula of the Azhar University has evoked different reactions from religious and educational circles at the university.
Salmān al-Dussarī sheds light on a heated controversy in Bahrain nowadays over whether the candidates for the preliminary elections should be allowed to use pulpits and mosques as means in their electoral campaigns.
The author deals with the address delivered by President Husnī Mubārak on the occasion of Laylat al-Qadr, in which he urged scholars to pursue a contemporary religious discourse that will help spread the principles of tolerance.
An official report investigated the conditions that led to the killing of former president, al-Sādāt. The author is not convinced and asks for complete transparency and divulgence of the state’s archives 25 years later.

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