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The author has made an interview with Dr. ‘Alī Mabrouk on the confiscation of his research on Islamic theology.
General Muhammad Shibl comments on the criticism of Al-Liwa al-Islami of the writers of Al-Qahera. Al-Liwa al-Islami accused them of being secular writers who write against the true religion. Al-Liwa al-Islami responded to the article of Shibl by insulting him and comparing him to Salman Rushdi.
The author explains the concept of “Religious fundamentals that are known by necessity,” especially as it used a lot against any one who brings about a new ijtihad.
The author explains that there are different groups of kufar [unbelievers] and not only one group, as many Muslims claim. He cites many Qur´anic verses to prove his point of view.
Egyptian authorities received an Egyptian fundamentalist called Muhammad Mukhlis from Argentina after issuing a warrant proving that he belongs to an organization that threatens the Egyptian security directly, and aims at overthrowing the Egyptian government. Mukhlis is suspected of having...
The author criticizes the ideas behind the Wahhabi movement in Saudi Arabia, which he believes is the biggest breeding grounds for extremist ideas. He blames Wahhabism for terrorism and violence in Egypt. He is of the opinion that both Wahhabism and foreign military bases harmed Saudi Arabia and...
The article discusses the reasons behind the fact that some Islamic groups deny the other and accuse rulers, societies and even other Islamic groups of kufr [unbelief].
Usama Bin Laden accused all Arab leaders and possibly Arab peoples as well of kufr [unbelief]. Muslim scholars believe such an accusation show that Bin Laden is ignorant of the Shari´a because there is a hadith saying that he who accuses a Muslim of kufr becomes a kafar [unbeliever] himself.
Dr. Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd comments on the issues of conversion from Islam, fatwas of takfir [accusations of unbelief], human rights, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the Islamic culture.
Explanation of the rule "No ijtihad with a text." The author believes that this rule imprisons the mind and forbids bringing about new legislations.


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