Displaying 51 - 60 of 113.
Egyptian television prevents presenting any series that includes actresses who wear the hijāb.
The author discusses the recent confrontations in the Egyptian Parliament between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Interior Minister Habīb al-‘Ādlī over a number of thorny issues.
On Sunday, a large number of independent and opposition members of parliament, including members of the "banned" Muslim Brotherhood, stormed out of a parliamentary session that was held to discuss substantial amendments to the judiciary law. This was in protest against a remark by the speaker of...
The honor and shame culture is examined in discussion of the insult of raising a shoe towards an opponent and it is argued that the government must take real action in the face of such behavior.
Despite the considerable number of fatwas allowing bank dealings, some Muslims argue that bank interest is an adjusted form of usury [Reviewer: Ribā], which Islam regards as a major sin.
‘Askar accused al- Zifzāf of being an atheist in the People’s Assembly. This dispute embodies the need of reform our religious institutions.
The authors investigate a statement issued by the Brotherhood’s no. 2 man, Muhammad Habīb, in which he accused the Ministry of the Interior of hatching a plot against the banned group’s members of parliament.
The Document of Religious Rights, signed in April 2005 by the former head of the Interfaith Dialogue Committee, Dr. Fawzī al-Zifzāf, with visiting U.S. Christian clerics, has been categorically rejected by the Religious Affairs Committee of the People’s Assembly, on the grounds that it "...
An official Muslim Brotherhood spokesman has questioned the performance of the Ministry of Information in airing the parliamentary sessions and raises doubts about a deliberate blackout.
In an unprecedented move, the Brotherhood MPs have submitted a counter-report refuting an official report presented by the government.


Subscribe to