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This biography focuses on the Islamic viewpoints of Āḥmad al-Ṭayyib; how he argues from an Islamic perspective and does not attempt to see the world through the eyes of non-Muslims. He strives to represent Islam in the best possible light, talking about it in a very positive way and accordingly...
Subḥī Mijāhid reports on the Azhar University’s reaction toward the recent study that accuses Rose al-Yūsuf of Takfīr.
Rose al-Yūsuf has a bright history of clean and objective journalism. Deeming Rose al-Yūsuf Kāfir is a real tragedy and silence is not the answer.
Upon Rose al-Yūsuf’s comment in its issue number 4101, Dr. Ahmad Durrah, consultant of the Azhar University’s chancellor, responds in a letter clarifying the university’s procedures concerning the Takfīr thesis.
A student of higher studies at the Usūl al-Dīn [Fundamentals of Religion] Faculty, al-Minūfīyah branch of the Azhar University, wrote a PhD thesis deeming that the Rose al-Yūsuf periodical and founder were Kāfir. In week 50, AWR presented a series of reactions published in Rose al- Yūsuf. The...
Continuation of the discussion about a takfīr PhD thesis of an Azhar scholar against Rose al-Yūsuf. Recommendation of an interesting comment on the discussions on freedom of expression. A comment that addresses the often heard religious belief that interpretations of religious texts cannot and...
Rajab al-Murshidī from Rose al- Yūsuf meets three members of the panel of evaluation of the Azhar Takfīr thesis who declare that there were many transgressions and errors in the thesis, and reveal that the panel will not accept the thesis unless its author makes certain revisions.
In an interview, Egyptian writer Muhsin Muhammad defends Rose al-Yūsuf against the Takfīr thesis that he considers to be null and void. Muhammad denounces the lack of liberty in Egyptian reality and foretells the coming of liberalism against the religious current.
Ibrāhīm Sa‘dah denounces the Takfīr of Rose al- Yūsuf, and highlights what he calls some “unjust” issues in the thesis of the Azhar researcher, calling on Azhar scholars and parliament members to take a positive role in defending intellectuals and education from unjust Takfīr.
Zaynab Muntasir expresses her shock over the Takfīr Azhar thesis, and asserts the historical and intellectual importance of Rose al- Yūsuf, warning Arab intellectuals of the danger of ideological terrorism.
A group of Azhar scholars declare their opinions on the Azhar researcher’s thesis that deemed Rose al-Yūsuf Kāfir. All scholars denounced the Takfīr; however some approved the negative stance on the periodical.
Rose al-Yūsuf is a democratic magazine established by an outstanding remarkable woman who played a leading role in Egyptian history. ‘Izzat attacks the thesis and its author describing him as the doctor of heterodoxy.
Rose al-Yūsuf continues presenting the different reactions of men of education and literature about the Takfīr thesis. The following lines present the viewpoint of the Egyptian poet Ahmad ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Hijāzī defends Rose al-Yūsuf, and criticizes the Azhar strategy claiming that Egypt needs...
Usāmah Salāmah denounces the silence of the Syndicate of Journalists, the Shūrá Assembly and the organizations of human rights, and calls to file a claim against the researcher who declared Rose al- Yūsuf Kāfir to reject the thesis and cancel his academic degree.
The crisis of the Takfīr thesis caused by an Azhar researcher resulted in serious discussions about the reality of academic life in Egypt. The author of the article criticizes the Azhar’s passiveness before the facility of judging people’s faith.
In a sarcastic style, Mustafá Bayyūmī criticizes the Takfīr thesis against Rose al- Yūsuf for not being up to par with academic research. He also criticizes the supervisors and regrets that the deep-rooted Azhar recognize such works, calling on all men of intellect to face the Takfīr...
Sāmih Fawzī writes about Takfīr and Rose al- Yūsuf, questioning the role of the Islamic Research Academy. Fawzī highlights the phenomena of recorded tapes that put national unity under threat as they encourage religious discrimination and call for supporting mujāhids.
The review depicts the corrupted atmosphere of the ManūfīyahBranch of the AzharUniversity, namely the Faculty of Usūl al-Dīn [Fundamentals of Religion] where the Takfīr thesis against Rose al-Yūsuf was recently discussed. The review also states Ahmad al-Tayyib’s opinion on the matter.
The author considers the Azhar Takfīr thesis to be mere slander. For him it indicates unproved accusations that violate the rules of academic research. He associates the thesis with the Muslim Brotherhood’s ideology, and warns of the increasing danger of terrorism that seems even reach...
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