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Nearly 800 young Muslim preachers have been removed after passing the Ministry of Awqāf’s [endowments] test for imāms and preachers in 2005.
The US embassy approached the Yemeni Ministry of Information about a copy of a video or cassette tape of last Friday’s sermon, which had been aired by Sanaa television and included a denunciation of the US and its allies arrogance. The embassy pressured the Yemeni authorities to prevent preachers...
In this article the author explains why Muslims should not hate the People of the Book. The Prophet himself did not invoke evil on them, as some of the preachers do. On the contrary, he asked God to lead them to the right path. He concluded by wondering how a preacher could, with a heart full of...
"The Islamic Guiding Center" in Cairo or "Kabul Mosque" as its members call it introduces various religious and social services. The article sheds light on theses activities and points out that the members of the newly formed organization Al-Wa’d used to gather in the Kabul mosque. The security...
Sheikh Fawzy Al-Said is the mufti of a newly formed Islamic group called Al-Wa’d. He issued many cassette tapes in which he asks Muslims to join the jihad and fight against other foreign countries which he describes as "The anti Christ." He gave some fatwas demanding that Muslims who belong to the...
The Ministry of Waqfs issued a statement commenting on the Egyptian experience in fighting terrorism and extremism. The statement stressed that violence, imposing opinions by force and not considering religious and moral values were the most negative social phenomena of the modern age.
In the article, the author gives a historical overview of the political and social attitudes of the Arab Peninsula, which led to the establishment of the first Islamic state. He, at the same time, rejects the idea of political Islam and promoting an Islamic state.
The author mentions the Ministry of Awqāf’s response to the news about the establishment of a Shi’ite mosque in Egypt and presents news that Azhar shaykhs are not about to give up their traditional Islamic garments.
The recent Copenhagen conference, organized by Muslim preacher, ‘Amr Khālid, has come under severe criticism from many clerics in the Arab and Muslim world. Accusations of receiving foreign funds and breaking the momentum of the Muslim nation’s awakening for the sake of Denmark followed.
Husām Tammām investigates the phenomenon of new preachers and Sufism in Sudan portraying their rites and what he calls “Modern Sufism.”

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