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Rajab al-Murshidī criticizes Muslim dā‘īyahs who concentrate their efforts on making money during the month of Ramadān, where many Muslims compete in good deeds.
In an attempt to quench the uproar over his recent fatwá that appeared to allow the killing of Israeli Jews worldwide, Muslim dā‘īyah Shaykh Safwat Hijāzī, explains in two interviews with Sawt al-Ummah and al-Wafd that his fatwá should only be carried out during wartime.
This article reports criticism from a key figure of the Centrist Party against Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī for his attacks on Shī‘ah and on Syrian President Bashshār al-Assad who had attacked the position of Arab leaders on the Israeli war on Lebanon.
The article discusses extremist ideologies originating from wahābī oil countries, which consider women to be devils and propagate misunderstanding of certain hadīths in a way offensive to women.
A few days ago Muslim dā‘īyah, Dr. Safwat Hijāzī, issued a fatwá urging Muslims to declare war against Israeli civilians worldwide. The fatwá was severely condemned by the Azhar, the highest religious institution in the Muslim world, as incorrect and terrorist in nature.
In Qur’ān interview with al-Wafd, Muslim dā‘īyah Dr. Yūsuf al- Qaradāwī speaks out on the deteriorating situation in the Arab world and the role of the Palestinian and Lebanese resistance in confronting what he describes as "Israeli aggression."
Sāmih Fawzī says that Islamic thinker Dr. Muhammad ‘Umāra is used to attacking Christianity and the Holy Bible. Dr. ‘Umāra’s recent anti-Christian book Mulāhazāt ‘Ilmīya ‘Ala Kitāb al-Masīh fī al-Islām lil Duktour Michel Hāyik [Scientific notes on the book of Christ in Islam by...
The weekly sermon by the grand imām of the Azhar, which focused on the interpretation of Chapter 18, al-Kahf [The Cave] of the Holy Qur’ān, dealt with the need for dā‘iyas [Islamic preachers] to be equipped with knowledge and evidence about Islam and its morals.
Correcting the image of Islam in the West can be achieved when Muslims first admit that they actually failed in transmitting the right concept of Islam and then map out a plan for this goal.
The author wonders in this article whether increasing the number of dā‘iyas are enough to convince the West of the soundness of the Muslim faith.


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