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Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawi issued a fatwa that allows physicians to discontinue the life equipment used for the person who is clinically dead or whose brain stem is dead. Al-Qaradawi stressed that the fatwa is based on medical researches as well as on the Shari?a. He added that body organs of such...
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.
A controversial book is released during the Christmas period denouncing Christians as apostates who can legitimately be killed.
The author rejects the minister of endowments’ consent to allow the publication of a book against Christians.
In this article the author comments on the book of Muḥammad ‘Imārah in which he accused ahl al-Dhimmah of infidelity.
The Ministry of Endowments censors Takfīr statements from a book by controversial Islamic author Muhammad ‘Imārah to stem angry reactions of the non-Muslims.
Comment on lack of tolerance for differences in views, often related to religious principles and displayed in various media. Two Cairo lectures by William Dalrymple show a strong Christian population decline in the Arab World.
The author questions why some incidents of sectarian strife fall into obscurity. He stresses his insistence that certain cases must be resolved, and breaks down the parliamentary by-laws.
A few days ago, Islamic thinker Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah was summoned by Judge ‘Abd al-Majīd Maḥmūd, the public prosecutor, to answer accusations brought against him by Lawyer Najīb Jibrā’īl, the head of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organization [EUHRO, see: http://www.euhroeg.com/], and Father...
Zaghlūl ‘Abd al-Ḥalīm discusses ‘Abd al- Hādī Hoffman’s book ’Baiyn Shatá al-Jabahāt.’
Following the storm raised over his recent book, ’Fitnat al-Takfīr Bayn al-Shī‘ah wa-al- Wahābīyah wa-al-Sūfīyah’ [Reviewer: The Sedition of Takfīr between Shī‘ah, Wahhābism and Ṣūfism], Islamic Intellectual Dr. Muhammad ‘Imārah "explicitly and unequivocally" apologized for quoting texts that...
Dr. Maḥmūd Ḥamdī Zaqzūq, the Egyptian minister of endowments, has issued a decision that bans the ministry’s religious counselors from wearing the Niqāb. Stating that the Niqāb is "a matter of custom and not faith," the minister argued that the appointment of Niqāb-wearing women as...
Al-Hayat, praised the Muslim Brotherhood for backing the Coptic candidate of the Wafd Party in the Waili district. The author of the article described the group’s attitude as "a new step towards an opening to other political powers and an attempt to extend the group’s efficient political tendencies...
Dr. Muhammad ‘Imārah talks about the characteristics that distinguish the Islamic model of Arabic culture from the Western one.
Views of Muslim scholars differ over whether to accept the so-called "apology" of Pope Benedict for the remarks he made about Islam a few weeks ago. Nearly 38 Muslim scholars and leaders sent a letter to the pope to indicate their appreciation of the pope’s expression of regret and his affirmation...
In this article in the series, the author draws upon the writings of Hasan al-Bannā and his assertion that Arab unity is central to Islamic unity.
In this series of articles the author writes about the Islamic caliphate. He argues that it has never been theocratic or despotic, citing writings and books by several orientalists and Europeans. He contrasts the caliphate with the medieval theocracy.
The article highlights the special features of the Islamic caliphate, showing its main characteristics and how it is distinguished from other forms of rule.
‘Imarah explains what distinguishes the Islamic ruling system from others.
The author criticizes Islamic writer Muhammad ‘Umāra and his contradictory positions, shifting from Marxism to Islamist extremist ideologies.

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