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‘Abd al-Karīm has been sentenced to four years in prison after he was charged with instigating sedition.
The article represents the opinions of Muslim scholars about the Tunisian researcher’s book ‘Tarīkhyyat al-Da‘wah al-Muhammadīyah’ [The History of the Muhammadan Call].
The author comments on the recent lawsuit by a Muslim man in England to try and ensure that his daughter may attend school with a full face veil. The argument promotes the idea that Muslims must reject the extremist ideologies within their traditions and be more willing to reform their societies...
The increasing phenomenon of Fatwás being issued by “satellite Shaykhs” is discussed. The author questions who has the authority to control these Fatwás, and why they issue is not being focused on.
The author criticizes political Islām movements for claiming themselves as the only solution for problems of society, whilst their entire existence brings about only backwardness to Muslims.
Muḥammad Nāṣir discusses the idea of the Azhar having a satellite channel.
Iqbāl al-Sa‘dāwī interviews Shaykh Jamāl Qutb to discuss his opinion concerning the Ḥadd of Riddah.
On the desert road between Cairo and al-Isma‘iliyyah, a miraculous tree is attracting the attention of all Egyptians who rush to pray and praise the power of God present in the tree. Many Muslim men of religion do no better than the public in praising the tree.
Extremists in The Netherlands and worldwide will be satisfied with a crime committed by a Pakistani man, Muḥammad Surūr, who shot a female Pakistani minister to death for assuming a leading office within the government, and for violating Sharī‘ah by working in politics rather than of staying at...
Muḥammad al-Badrī criticizes Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah’s position. He believes that as a scholar in the Azhar, Dr. cImārah should not adopt such destructive ideas that seem to oppose the notion of citizenship.


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