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The anarchy in issuing fatwás threatens religion as well as society. The unqualified people who are issuing fatwás nowadays are abusing religion by making it their business.
The article shows an interview conducted with prominent Islamic Dā‘iyah cAmr Khālid on his opinion about a number of social issues in Egypt.
The article is based on an interview with the well-known cleric Khālid al-Jindī.
The article reviews a lecture delivered by a Salafī da‘iyah, Shaykh Muhammad Hassān in which he considered football as a Jewish conspiracy to distract Muslims from the Palestinian issue, and that Egyptian celebrations for the trophy of their national team of the African cup of nation is harām.
The sexual life of the Prophet Muhammad is a subject of heated debate. A woman "dared" to write about the exaggerations in al-Bukhārī’s hadīths and was accused of offending Islam. Salafīs call for her death.
The conservative cleric Yūsuf al-Badrī has requested that the Islamic Dā‘iyah Su‘ād Sālih publicly repent over three fatwás concerning her stances toward artists, as well as her rejection of divorce via SMS.
The Administrative Court has rejected a lawsuit that was filed by the Muslim convert to Christianity, Muhammad Hijāzī and has allowed Bahā’ī’s to leave the religion field empty or write "other" on their identity cards. The Egyptian press reported the two rulings and commented on the increasing...
Key Islamic Preacher ‘Amr Khālid has been heavily criticized on scores of Islamic Web sites for attending a Christmas Mass at St. Mark’s Cathedral.
Hānī Ahmad Rizq interviews the Muslim Dā‘iyah Abū Islām Ahmad ‘Abd Allāh, owner of al-Ummah religious satellite channel, who spoke about Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt and accused Christians of targeting Muslim youth.
The media can play an influential role in supporting the security services and the government against Islamic terrorist groups. General Ra’ūf al-Manāwī, former assistant of the Egyptian minister of interior, provides facts that prove this assumption.

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