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Maximus re-opens dialogue with Israel by giving members of his congregation permission to visit Israel. The author also discusses informal trade links with the “enemy” Israel.
A recent statement by the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, in which he said that the Brotherhood was ready to send 10,000 troops to Lebanon, has raised the fears of the Egyptian government about the group’s military expertise and capabilities.
A few days ago Muslim dā‘īyah, Dr. Safwat Hijāzī, issued a fatwá urging Muslims to declare war against Israeli civilians worldwide. The fatwá was severely condemned by the Azhar, the highest religious institution in the Muslim world, as incorrect and terrorist in nature.
The author states a number of Muslim scholars’ responses to a fatwá issued by Shaykh ‘Abd Allāh Bin Jabrīn, in which he asks Sunnī Muslims to stop advocating for the Hizb Allāh in its war against Israel in Lebanon.
The article highlights Zionist radicalism reflected in the rabbis’ Fatwá that approves killing of innocent civilians in Lebanon and Palestine.
With the end of the Ḥizb Allāh-Israel war, which claimed nearly 900 lives on both sides, a number of Egyptian writers have devoted several articles to the issue, raising questions about what they described as the short-sightedness of the Ḥizb Allāh.
The author criticizes Israel’s actions in the conflict against the Hizb Allāh and argues that the wrath, hatred and oppression built up and experienced by the Lebanese people may work to throw them into the arms of the Hizb Allāh, instead of bringing a just, durable and sustainable peace.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyoumī discusses the latest incidents in the region and the fatwás that were issued on not supporting the Ḥizb Allāh.
In Qur’ān interview with al-Wafd, Muslim dā‘īyah Dr. Yūsuf al- Qaradāwī speaks out on the deteriorating situation in the Arab world and the role of the Palestinian and Lebanese resistance in confronting what he describes as "Israeli aggression."
A conference was held in Haifa where 200 Egyptian Jews gathered to claim their properties in Egypt. The author reports about the conference and met with Egyptian figures to investigate the matter.


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