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The race between the Salafi Da’wā and Egypt’s Ministry of Endowments has been revived after security sources reported that the Salafi currents control 12% of the mosques in Egypt – which makes more than 10,000 mosques out of a total of 110,000 supervised by the Ministry. 
Egypt's Minister of Endowments, Dr. Muhammad Mūkhtār Jūm`a said that the 26th Conference of the Islamic Affairs is to submit Egypt's anti-violence declaration to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs currently convening in the United Nations General Assembly.
Egyptian author and member of Islamic Shūra Council in Austria, Bahjat al-`Obaidī, condemned the statements made by the Ministry of Endowment’s Undersecretary Dr. Sālem `Abd al-Majīd, in which he described Christians as unbeliever and their faith as “corrupt”.  
Dr. Mokhtār Jūm`ah, Egyptian Minister of Endowments, and chairman of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs announced the signing of the document to reject extremism and racial discrimination, and to send a message of peace from Egypt to the whole world to reject radicalism. The document was...
The Aswān Governorate in southern Egypt hosted the 26th Conference of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs at the Ministry of Religious Endowments on Saturday, and was attended by representatives from several Islamic countries.
Egypt and Tunisia have signed an agreement on cooperation in religious fields, and coordination of efforts to address deviant thought. This was agreed to on the sidelines of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs Conference held in Aswān.
Egypt's Ministry of [religious] Endowments found a Qūr'ān manuscript that dates back to the 10th century in the Sīdī `Ateya Abu al-Rīsh Mosque in Damanhūr, Beheira Governorate, north of Egypt.
The social networking sites founded by the Salafi movement, turned into a religious arena by using video clips as a means of transmitting their speeches and sermons to their audience.
During the Laylat al-Qadr (Night Of Decree) ceremony organized on Wednesday by Egypt's Ministry of Religious Endowments, President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi called to avoid acts of "extremism and fanaticism" that harm the religion of Islam, according to a statement disclosed by the Presidency.
The Ministry of Religious Endowments confirmed that it has ended the “Salafi-Brotherhood” presence in the academic sphere to prepare preachers, after the closure of 68 institutes affiliated to Ansār al-Sūnnah, Al-Jam`iya al-Shar`iyya, al-Fūrūqān, beside other independent associations. These...


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