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An interview made by Al-Wasat with Mustafa Kamel, also known by Abu Hamzah Al-Masry, prior to his detention by the British authorities in London.
It seems that extremist groups have managed to infiltrate again into university using the atmosphere of freedom. They are trying to impose their extreme ideas by stopping all the activities of university students.
Divorce nowadays differs tremendously from divorce in the past, being a common event, a word frequently uttered by all alike, young and old, the rich and the poor, the educated and the ignorant. Whether you marry after having a love story or meet someone on-line or through a blind date, chances of...
The draft of the new Personal Status Law sparked quite a few contentions from the Religious Committee which demanded that some of its articles are amended to be compatible with the principles of Islamic Sharia`.
The fate of the new Personal Status Law depended over the last few days on the juridical approval of Sheikh Al-Azhar, Dr. Mohammed Sayed Tantawi. The law was amended in a series of meetings of the Jurisprudence Research Committee affiliated to Mogamma` Al-Buhouth Al-Islameyya (Islamic Research...
In the small village of Atmeda in Dakhalia governorate, a battle of wills erupted a couple of weeks ago between Amal Shafique Abdullah, the new dean of Al-Azhar Institute for Girls, and the village people, led by the league of Al-Azhar scholars who oppose her appointment because she is a woman.
Dr. Nasr Farid confirmed that the call for the renewal of [Islamic] jurisprudence is a useless call because since is no need for that. He said that Islamic jurisprudence is flexible and can deal with all the issues of the age.
Many young people are coming to believe that Urfi marriage is the only legitimate alternative to premarital sex, which is condemned as sinful. Mohamed Sayed Tantawi, the Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar, called upon the government to ban Urfi marriages at a Fair seminar last week, saying that "these...
The well-known director of the Ibn Khaldoun Institute sees the government has taken a few positive steps to improve the situation of the Copts.
After the passage of more than 20 years since the first attempt at issuing a unified Personal Status Law binding all Christian denominations, an agreement has finally been reached in the last couple of days. Rose al-Yūsif obtained the full text of the Personal Status Law for the Copts and describes...

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