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Sub-title: The Prophet did not kill any Muslim who renounced his religion The book of the Islamic intellectual Gamal Al-Banna "Islam and the freedom of thought" which was issued lately, raised many questions concerning the issue of apostasy. This is an interview with Gamal Al-Banna who says: "My...
After the World War II, world relationships, cultures and religions became interpenetrated. This was due to mass media, conferences and international political, economic and cultural relationships. This interpenetration is unprecedented throughout all history. But the West looks at religion...
The statement issued by 31 scholars of the Azhar Scholars Front rejecting the Personal Status Law raised many questions about the identity of these scholars and to what extent they belong to the Azhar, especially since Sheikh Al-Azhar, Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, and The Islamic Research Council...
The article claims that year more than one million Muslims in Africa convert annually to Christianity and that thus no effort should be spared to step up Muslim missionary activities.
The punishment for Ridda [apostasy] from Islam was not stated clearly in the Holy Qur’an like the punishment for stealing. However, it was mentioned in two not-agreed-by-all Hadiths. The scholars did not consider such Hadiths while giving opinions, to the extent that Dr. Mahmoud Shaltout, the late...
The detailed [US] report on Egypt states that the Egyptian constitution ensures the freedom of belief and the right to exercise the religious rituals within certain limitations portrayed by the state.
Why does Islam allow the killing of an apostate from Islam? Why did non-Muslims have to pay the jizya? The author tries to answer both questions.
This Freedom from Religious Persecution Act gives America the right to interfere in diplomatic ways to the concerned governments and if a government does not respond, it is the right of the U.S. administration to impose any sanctions that it (the U.S.) sees fit. The author stresses that several...
Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that anyone questioning basic Islamic principles could face execution.
The RNSAW gave a summary of both Rose el-Yousef articles in RNSAW, week 28, edition July 9-15, 1999. Since several readers asked for the full text that text is given in this issue together with comments from Evangelical Egyptian church leaders. Wa’el Lotfi writes about the opposition of Egypt’s...

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