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‘Abīr Salāh al- Dīn discusses a recent fatwá concerning the wife’s right to prevent her husband from traveling.
Dr. Muhammad ‘Imārah writes about the status of women in Islām, quoting German orientalist, Sigrid Hunke, in this regard.
A research about the characteristics and vocabularies of human rights in secondary school books of religion revealed that issues of doctrine were present more than human rights principles.
Dr. Husām ‘Afānah, a professor of the fundamentals of fiqh, responds to a question about whether a female student is religiously permitted to remove her Ḥijāb to abide by the regulations of her school.
A book from a Turkish researcher criticizes Arab rulers for adopting western-based strategies in dealing with the Ḥijāb. The researcher demands that the Ḥijāb remain so as to curb the Western hegemony over Arab and Islamic countries.
Known for her stance against the Niqāb, Dr. Āminah Nusayr, a professor of theology and Islamic philosophy at the Azhar University, explains that the Niqāb is a traditional dress that existed before Islām. She urges men and women to integrate into society while maintaining modesty and piety.
Dr. Hāshim continues his series of articles about woman’s rights in Islām. The following article deals with the family and wife’s rights in the Qur’ān and Sunnah.
Muftīī of the Republic, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah, severely criticizes religious opinions proclaimed by non-specialists on satellite channels and said these opinions, which should not be called fatwás, cause confusion amongst Muslims. He urged society to adopt a common culture to confront these opinions.
In the following review of the first article of Dr. Ahmad ‘Umar Hāshim’s series about the status of women in Islām, Dr. Hāshim points out the different rights given to women in Islamic Sharī‘ah.
Egyptian police confiscate a book allegedly upon the Azhar’s request. The book criticizes "modern shaykhs" and supports woman’s leadership in prayers.


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