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A critique of a number of articles published on the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group’s website, deeming individuals or institutions to be kāfir.
A comment on an article by the Coptic intellectual Kamāl Ghubriyāl about schisms in the prospective movement Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination.
The author emphasizes that Egypt is witnessing a wave of terrorism, listing a number of fields, where the state could make efforts to deal with this serious problem.
Ahmad Zakarīya discusses the internet as a double-edged sword for terrorists, helping them to manufacture weapons, but also giving security agencies a chance to trace them.
The Minister of the Interior sent a letter to the Sheikh of the Azhar telling him about a challenging Internet site called the "Jihad of the Apostates" sending forth lies about the Qur’an and the Prophet. The minister asked the Sheikh of the Azhar to cooperate in correcting its deviant thoughts by...
The author writes on the petition by several lawyers to Egypt’s prime minister and the head of the Azhar, asking them to monitor and or eliminate websites of religious extremism.
The outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group is reported to have hacked the website of Rose al-Yousuf daily newspaper.
There are 70,000 sites on the Internet talking about Islam. The number will be doubled within the coming few years. Some of these sites serve Islam while others present misleading information about it.
A high profile Muslim response to an offensive Internet web site succeeded in having the site removed from one server, only to see it reappear on the web.
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