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Dutch scholar Johannes Jansen contributed an essay – ‘The Religious Roots of Muslim Violence’ – to a 2011 anthology entitled, ‘Terrorism: Ideology, Law, and Policy’. In it he makes the case that violence and terrorism are part and parcel of the Islamic religion, traceable to its root sources at...
This article traces an interview with Dr Yūsuf Al-Qaradāwī in which he discussed Sayyīd Qutb’s "Fī Zilāl Al-Qur’ān" and his underlining theme of Takfīr. He discussed the issue of Qur’anic misinterpretation and treated the problems of Naskh and Isrā’īlīyāt.
Dr. Hassan Wagieh from the Azhar University stresses that Sūrah 2:256 is not abrogated or canceled by other verses.
The article provides an interview with Imām Fadel Soliman on whether he believed Sūrah 2: 256 had been abrogated
Egyptian media has published abstracts from Imām’s book of revisions. The book was recently published to announce al-Jihād Islamic organization’s initiative to quell violence and lead interventions.
The article talks about the conflicts between Azhar scholars about the English interpretations of the Qur’ān by Iranian-American lecturer who suggests avoiding using certain words in Qur’ān used to justify the violation against the Muslim woman.
‘Ulā Muṣṭafá ‘Āmir writes about the statement issued by the Islamic Research Academy about al-Jamā‘ah al-Ahmadīyah.
Reading the Qur’an is an act of worship which is highly recommended. The Prophet tells us that "actions are by intention, and everyone shall receive only what he has intended." This means that a good action done with a bad intention in mind will not receive the reward of the same action done for a...

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