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The author believes that the West has been fighting Islam, since September 11, in various ways. Its latest attempt was the foundation of a union for the care of ex-Muslims called the ’Central Council of Ex-Muslims.’
Muslim scholars have gone on a rampage directly after the news of Amīna Wadoud delivering the Friday sermon and leading male and female worshippers in prayer.
Last Friday, Amīna Wadoud, an associate professor of Islamic studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, led about 150 men and women in prayers in New York City, amid growing opposition from several Islamic organizations.
Rose al-Yūsuf magazine publishes a public survey on the role of religion in society.
The writer presents famous examples of successful women who worked in the field of da‘wah.
The media plays a significant role in the development of societies, which convey a virtual picture of the existing problems in that society. The relation between Christians and Muslims in Egypt is considered the most important issue covered by the media.
Muhammad al-Shāfi‘ī reports that the British government refused to grant the Muslim Dā‘iyah Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī a visa to visit Britain after he applied for a medical-purposes entrance to the U.K. a year ago.
Hudá al-Sāliḥ writes about a very dangerous phenomenon that has recently spread among women in the Gulf: a-religious thoughts.
The author criticizes Egyptian Muftī Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah for his frequent appearances on local TV and satellite channels. Rather than being a religious figure, the writer proclaims himself to be a TV announcer.
As news spread about finding an isolated 20-year-old camphor tree with the names of God and the Prophet Muhammad having been carved on its trunk, people have shown interest in visiting to receive blessings as a miracle from God.

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