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In his word at the closing ceremony of the cultural season of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, the Azhar Grand Imām Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī expresses his and Islam’s adamant rejection to abolishing the death penalty.
Paul Berman discusses the impact that radical and political Islam has had in Iraq, particularly in relation to its impact on relations with the U.S., and the misinterpretation of these ideologies amongst many Western intellectual circles.
This week’s articles about the reactions to the introspections of the Jihād Group showed an extent of sympathy for the conditions of Islamist detainees and even the ones who have just been released.
The Egyptian press analyzes the various repercussions of the declared introspections of the Jihād Group. Political observers and specialists in political Islam differ in their evaluation of these introspections.
The author reflects on three different recent incidents that he believes should worry moderate Muslims and questions why international organizations have not spoken out against these events.
al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah and al-Jihād have major structural differences; however, they are both engaged in revisions that will stop the groups’ from using violence in their political activity. al-Qā‘idah fears the influence of the introspections on its members.
The article discusses how fanaticism is only being further spread on the Egyptian streets with the distribution of CD’s that deride the beliefs of others.
The author interviews Jamāl al-Bannā, brother of Haṣan al-Bannā who founded the Muslim Brotherhood, on a number of issues relevant to Egyptian society today, including Muslim-Christian relations.
The article is a personal interpretation of Islam presented by al-Nogaidan. He explores his experiences with Islam, beginning with extremist ideologies that were fostered in Saudi Arabia, to his realization of Islam as a try religion of peace.
The author discusses trends of political Islam and terrorist attacks in the West. He questions why British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has not stated that Muslims worldwide should condemn terrorism.

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