Displaying 81 - 90 of 166.
In an interview Dr. Mahmoud Ismā‘īl explains the reasons behind his strong convection that calls for establishing Islamic religious state are not part of the genuine Islamic teaching, rather they are politically-motivated.
A book review of Jamāl al-Bannā’s book, My Coptic Brethren.
The article reports on the launch of the first campaign of its kind by Egyptian intellectuals to set up a secular grassroots movement. Supporters of this movement have accused political parties of failing to take any positive stands against the escalation of religious fundamentalism.
The article covers the speeches given by Dr. Nasr Hamid Abu Zeid and Dr. Hassan Hanafy, philosophy professor, in a seminar titled “Criticism in Philosophy and Social Ideology" held as part of the activities of the conference of the Philosophical Association.
The article is an interview with Nabil Abdel Fattah, assistant manager of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, on the issue of renewing the religious discourse. He comments on the attempts of some intellectuals to associate the concept of renewing the religious discourse with the...
The author gives an overview of a book by Islamic intellectual Gamal Al-Banna titled “Islam is Religion and Umma and not Religion and State.”
The article gives the opinions of many Lebanese youth concerning Friday and Sunday sermons.
The author believes that no complete separation can take place between politics and religion. The relation between the two takes on many forms. If this relation takes on the right form, things will go well.
In the past, opposition parties rejected the participation of the Muslim Brotherhood in the political process, but now they are falling over themselves to gain the support of the outlawed group.
By far the majority of Muslims today live their lives without recourse to violence, for the Koran is like a pick-and-mix selection. If you want peace, you can find peaceable verses. If you want war, you can find bellicose verses. You can find verses which permit only defensive jihad, or you can...


Subscribe to