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The article is about a research discussed during the second Saudi National dialogue Conference held in Riyadh a few weeks ago. The research is on the role of curricula of Sharia sciences in Saudi public schools in promoting religious extremism and the culture of violence against non-Muslims and...
The article is about Tareq Ramadan, the grandson of Sheikh Hassan Al-Banna, who established the Muslim Brotherhood. Tareq Ramadan is an intellectual who has enlightened points of view and the power to convince others. Ramadan leads the Muslims in France through a moderate Islamic thought. He...
Nobody in Europe forgets that Tareq Ramadan is the grandson of Hassan Al-Banna, and people in the Islamic world regard him as a foreigner. So both sides do not trust him, though his objective is to bridge the gap between Islamic culture and the West.
The article is the second part of an overview of a study made by two Saudi researchers in order to introduce it in the second National Dialogue Forum held in Riyadh a couple of weeks ago. According to the study and its authors, the religious curricula in Saudi Arabia exaggerate in accusing other...
Some political experts are of the opinion that the revisions of the Gama’a did not change on key issues such as the application of Shari’a, [the status of] Coptic Christians, multiple-party system and the freedom of opinion and belief. Those experts claim that the revisions of the group were...
The article is an interview with Dr. Nadia Mustafa, professor of International Relations, head of the Center for Political Research and head of the Program for Dialogue between Civilizations at Cairo University. Dr. Mustafa admits our society’s need for renewing the religious discourse and she...
Last week, the TV channel Sat 7, a Christian missionary satellite channel, received tens of angry messages from Muslim viewers concerning the missionary channel’s program, “Questions in Faith,” that is directed at Muslims. The program discusses sensitive issues in Islamic fiqh [jurisprudence]...
“Al-Horriya Al-Deeniya fi Al-Islam” [Religious Freedom in Islam] is the most important book of Sheikh Abdel Mota’al Al-Sa’eedy, a senior sheikh at the Azhar. Sheikh Al-Sa’eedy reached the conclusion that whoever abandons Islam should not be killed. He believes that what has been previously said...
The constitution, which provides that there is no discrimination among citizens on basis of religion, sex or color, holds that Islamic sharī‘a is the only source of legislation; while the fiqh [Muslim jurisprudence] rule goes that no non-Muslim would be allowed to rule Muslims.
Dr. Ahmad al -Tayyib, President of the Azhar University, talks in al-Musawwar about the legality of a woman leading prayer, the Western demands for a change in the Azhar curricula, and reports that Jihād verses were omitted from the Azhar curricula.

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