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The author records changes that have happened in Egyptian society, wondering about reasons that prompt Egyptians to abandon all the features of their own culture, traditions and even patriotism.
Dr. Aḥmad Subḥī Manṣūr, the leader of the Qur’ānis, calls for removal of the Sunnah from Islam because it was recorded 200 years after the death of the Prophet Muhammad in a time when injustice, tyranny and immorality were spread amongst people.
Political, educational, and religious reform and the religious media are affecting each other for the media cannot be reformed without democratic freedom and political reform in turn cannot be promoted without first having a sound media.
The author considers reform in Islam, outlining the inhibiting stance that many Western countries adopt regarding reform in the Islamic world. The era of ‘political correctness’ has led many to blindly ignore violations of human rights in the hope of maintaining a level of correctness while not...
Dr. Samīr Marqus discusses the concept of cultural citizenship and its relation with the current ruckus in the Egyptian political arena about reforming certain articles in the Egyptian constitution.
The author admires the courage of Monk Dīmīanūs for admitting Islam’s tolerance and wanting us to learn to respect the other’s doctrine and view.
‘Abdul ‘Azīz al- ‘Abdullāh al-Tūwigrī reviews a study entitled ‘Moderation,’ conducted by the Administration for Public Relations and Media.
Egyptian Culture Minister Fārūq Husnī has been dismissed following his comments of disapproval about the hijāb and niqāb.
Transcript of a speech presented by William Dalrymple at the American University in Cairo, highlighting his experiences traveling to Christian Holy sites throughout the Middle East, as well as his personal interpretation of political Islām. He includes references to both historical and present day...
Rather than attacking the minister of culture’s statements on the Ḥijāb, Ayman al-Bishbīshī asserts that the healthy atmosphere of differences in opinions enriches human civilizations.

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