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The article presents the message of a reader responding to the campaign of Rose al-Yūsuf magazine over the wealth of the so-call new Muslim dā‘iyahs. In his message, Khālid Yusrī accuses the famous preacher ‘Amr Khālid of using religion to obtain donations, as well as fame in the media.
The author says that the well-known dā‘iyah cAmr Khālid seems to have become a money machine for religious TV channel owners, which could affect the da‘wah in a negative way.
Qandīl attacks Bishop Bīshūy, general secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church and accuses him of abusing his position as a clergyman to gain power and judge the faith of people.
Muhammad ‘Abd al-Rahmān reports on the increasing number of Islamic satellite channels, believing they seek money and fame rather than the genuine da‘wah of Islam.
The author reviews the concept of “the awaited Mahdī” that has been widely adopted by spiritual leaders of various Islamic movements as a way to have power over their members.
The author comments on a report by Forbes magazine on the wealth of Islamic dā‘iyahs,calling on them to promote ’the priority-based fiqh’ that seeks to produce working people other than only worshipers.
Muhammad al-Bāz criticizes well-known satellite Islamic preachers for concerning themselves with satisfying their sexual desires through their frequent marriages, despite calling on people to adopt an ascetic standard of living.
Dr. ‘Āsim Khashabah criticizes a number of well-known satellite dā‘iyahs for having frequently married. He believes that they run after their sensual desires, despite talking a lot about asceticism.
The recent increase in religious satellite channels in the Middle East has led some critics to suggest that they have strayed from their original purpose of educating people about religion and become money-spinning centers for fundamentalist thought.
The article reviews a report by Forbes magazine – the Arabic edition – on the wealth of new Islamic preachers.


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