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Hāzim ‘Abduhlists a number of Muslim and non-Muslim thinkers and writers, whom he says have launched a vicious campaign against Islām in an attempt to undermine Islamic culture and values.
In the light of al-Ghad’s publication of the "offensive" supplement which attacked the Prophet Muhammad’s companions and wife, the author of the article stresses the need for a consistent application of the law which criminalizes insulting religions.
The Prosecution Office of Appeal’s has finished its investigations into the case filed against al-Ghad newspaper in relation to the supplement published on October 4, 2006 entitled "From ‘Ā’ishah, the mother of believers, to ‘Uthmān Bin ‘Affān: the worst ten figures in Islamic history."...
A critique of al-Ghad’s article which slanders the author for his stance against the newspaper over the issue of their offence of the companions of Prophet Muhammad and other political issues.
The author attacks an article published by the independent newspaper al-Ghad, the mouthpiece of Ayman Nūr’s al-Ghad Party, in which the journalist criticized the sahābah.
The review deals with the various reactions on al-Ghad weekly supplement entitled “the worst ten figures in Islamic history. Muslim scholars and intellectuals’ opinions are displayed, together with al-Ghad members and leaders’ opinions.
The last two years witnessed increasing Western attacks on Islam. Muslim reactions, however, in many cases Muslims violent reactions, enforced the negative image of Islam. Nevertheless, some Muslim intellectuals called for peaceful reactions through changing the violent image of Islam by showing...
The author of the article comments on the articles that affronted the companions of the prophet.
More than 100 Muslim scholars and university professors signed a statement, in which they condemned the insults to the prophet’s companions, which were published by al- Ghad newspaper on October 4, 2006. The statement indicated that any attack against the prophet’s companions and wives...
The author expresses his view about the media during Ramadān. He says that television must concern itself more with religious and moral programs and series that present Islamic history, rather than trivial series and shows which keep the audience away from moral and spiritual values.


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