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The Center of Historical Studies and Researches confirmed that Mullā Muhammad Omar, Osama Bin-Laden and al-Zawahri are safe and still alive. The director of the Maqrizi Center for Historical Studies in London said that all statements issued by the Center for Historical Studies and Researches are...
Wā’il Lutfī assumes that the modern Islamic dā‘iyah ‘Amr Khālid imitates American televangelists, not only in his appearance and the subjects of his sermons, but also in making use of religion to gain financial profits.
Mahmoud Samāhah examines the activities of the Islamic dā‘iyah cAmr Khālid on a number of Arab satellite channels, accusing him of seeking personal financial gain by distributing his programs to three different channels, while presenting almost the same content. Samāhah believes that Khālid has...
Diana al-Dabc investigates the rumors that the modern Islamic preacher ‘Amr Khālid is imitating the well-known evangelical pastor Rev. Sāmih Maurice and following his preaching style. She lists characteristics that show that the Muslim preacher is deeply influenced by evangelical methods of...
Dr. Muhammad al-Mahdī criticizes satellite channels that invite unqualified Muslim preachers to their programs to respond to people’s questions on religious issues. He also criticizes Muslims who waste time raising trivial religious issues.
In this interview, the minister of religious endowments warns of "foolish acts" by some Muslims, which he says could pose a real threat to the Muslim nation, stressing that the niqāb is a tradition and not a religious duty.
The review takes up the issue of the niqāb as Jack Straw, Leader of the House of Commons, called on Muslim women in Britain to take off their veils in workplaces, while in Egypt, the President of Hilwān University made a decision to prohibit all niqāb-wearing students from entering the...
Views of Muslim scholars differ over whether to accept the so-called "apology" of Pope Benedict for the remarks he made about Islam a few weeks ago. Nearly 38 Muslim scholars and leaders sent a letter to the pope to indicate their appreciation of the pope’s expression of regret and his affirmation...
A new Islamic satellite channel launched five months ago is said to be successful with the people, but is also criticized by scholars for promoting extremist salafist ideas.
The author of the article, Tāriq Mustafá, criticizes mosques that use amplifiers and attract famous dā‘īyahs to attract a large number of worshippers during the month of Ramadān. He also raises questions about where the charitable donations that are collected by mosques go.

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