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The author expresses his view about the media during Ramadān. He says that television must concern itself more with religious and moral programs and series that present Islamic history, rather than trivial series and shows which keep the audience away from moral and spiritual values.
Najīb Mahfūz’s novels are full of religious symbols. Many religious notions have become moral ones through time, language and social traditions.
‘Abd al-‘Azīz Khidr writes about depicting and criticizing religious characters in films and TV series.
Portraying the role of Muslim orthodox Caliphs in drama has been forbidden before in Egypt and other Arab countries.
A new Islamic satellite channel launched five months ago is said to be successful with the people, but is also criticized by scholars for promoting extremist salafist ideas.
The author of the article, Mustafá Bayyūmī, provides a literary analysis of some of Najīb Mahfūz’s works, highlighting the great writer’s allusions to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad in most of his writings.
Mustafa Bayyūmī analyses the images of God’s prophets used in the novels of Najīb Mahfūz.
A critique of the strict censoring of religious films maintained by the Azhar. The authors warn of similar rigidity by the church.
At the Azhar, English woman Jane Wilman, the wife of an Alexandrian businessman, Dr. Ali Elba, has declared that she has embraced Islam and taken the new name Eisha Mohammed Elba. This conversion was applauded in the national newspaper, al-Ahram, but Youssuf Sedhum wonders why conversions to...
Subtitle:Saad Zaghloul distributed bibles to excellent students and made, for the first time, the study of Christianity a scholastic subjectNot mentioning the religion on the identity card is an important request. Syria did it, but Egypt continues to refuseThere is a belief that Copts are rich...


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