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After reviewing a research prepared by Dr. Muhammad Emara on Dr. Nasr Abu Zeid´s book “Discourse and Interpretation,” The Islamic Research Institute recommended banning the circulation of the book. Emara´s research was credited by the members of the institute, the foremost of whom is the Sheikh of...
The Islamic Research Institute called for a ban of the circulation of Abu Zeid’ book “Al-Khetab wa Al-Taweel” [Discourse and Interpretation], arguing that it challenges monotheism and the divine preservation of the Holy Qur’an.
The writer criticizes a decision issued by the Islamic Research Institute to ban a book of Dr. Nasr Abu Zeid, titled “Al-Khittab Wa Al-Ta’weel” [Discourse and Interpretation]. The writer believes that the opinion of the Azhar should be consultative and fatwas of its sheikhs should neither be...
Al-Midan placed on October 16 – see AWR, week 42, art. 28 – a story claiming US emigrant Copts recommended Nawal al-Sa´adawi to be vice-president of Egypt. We did not find such a claim on the website of the US Copts Association, nor in the Copts Daily Digest. Dr. Sa´adawi believes this is...
The article is an overview and a comment on an interview with Dr. Nawal Al-Sa´adawi published on the Elaf website. Al-Sa´adawi answered questions on the concept of a religious state, marriage, pilgrimage, hijab and male-female relations. The author notes that the ideas Al-Sa´adawi...
The writer reports Dr. Nasr Hamid Abu Zeid is no longer admired in European Muslim communities and in the Netherlands in particular.
The writer presents a new point in the issue of Dr. Nasr Abu Zeid in the light of a book titled “Nasr Abu Zeid Between Kufr and Faith.” He concludes that the text on which Dr. Abdel Sabour Shahin relied in condemning Abu Zeid is out of its contexts and does not imply the meaning he derived.
The article covers the recent visit of Dr. Nasr Hamid Abu Zeid to Egypt, the first since he left Egypt eight years ago.
On the occasion of Dr. Nasr Abu Zeid’s recent visit to Egypt, the author reviews the history of his case, which ended with a court verdict ordering separation between Abu Zeid and his wife.
The writer comments on the return of Nasr Abu Zeid from a seven-year exile in The Netherlands. He provides us with some information concerning the background of Dr. Abu Zeid, and the crisis he faced, resulting in leaving Egypt.

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