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Giza Endowments Directorate (Awqaf), launched a campaign to remove the signs of the associations and institutions from the facades and inside of its mosques while only allow a sign with the name of the mosque with the removal of all advertisements. 
Egypt's Minister of (religious) Endowments, Muhammad Mukhtār Jom`a, said that religious discourse is a message that is first and foremost religious, but has been used for political and partisan purposes. According to the Minister, traders of religion are detrimental for the entire society, and must...
`Abd al-Ghani Hindi, coordinator of the Popular Committee for the Independence of Al-Azhar, said that the renowned center of Islamic learning has a 800-year old methodology in religious teaching and is a model of tolerance, coexistence and management of religious diversity.  In an interview...
In a press statement released today by the Minister of [Islamic] Endowments, Dr. Mūkhtār Jūm`a said that the emergence of a booming new market of ideas in which cultural products of some groups who, through unprecedented financial support, hijacked the religious discourse, diminishing thus the role...
On Friday, The Ministry Of Awqāf (religious endowments)transferred the cases of 20 of her employees of its Minya office for investigations.
In a press statement delivered yesterday, the minister of religious affairs, Dr. Muhammad Mūkhtār Jum`a, said that in the light of following the example of Prophet Muhammad, the ministry strives to revive the role of the early congregational mosque, since it was the first structure built by the...
Dr. Muḥammad Mūkhtār Jumʿah, the Minister of Awqaf, said that he Ministry will publish a book in the few coming weeks under the title “The protection of churches in Islam”, which was prepared by a group of specialized scholars. 
 Sheikh Muhammad al-Bastawīsī, head of the Imams, accused Muhammad ‘Abd al-Rāziq, the official spokesman of the Egyptian Religious Endowment, of belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood. al-Bastawīsī said in an interview with “Misr al-‘Arabiyya” that belonging to the Brotherhood has almost become a...
 The Minister of Religious Endowments recently spoke to the media saying, “these days there are devious voices and destructive points of view calling for abominations with no shame or embarrassment”. He claimed that movements calling for the removal of women’s hijabs as well as points of view that...
Egypt's Ministry for [religious] Endowments emphasized that it is not permissible to use mosques for other purposes than worshiping and acquiring religious knowledge by accredited imams, scholars, or preachers who have prior approval issued by the Ministry.

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