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Dr. Nājih Ibrāhīm, a key founder of the Jamā’ah Islāmīyah in Egypt and the first chairman of its shūrá (consultative) council, offered an apology to Copts for “what has befallen them as a result of the Jamā’ah’s mistakes during the 1970s and 1980s”. [Robeir al-Fāris, Watanī, March 4, p. 5] Read...
Dr. Hamdī Hasan, a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), warned that there is a conspiracy against the second article of the Egyptian constitution that states '...Islamic Sharī'ah is the principal source of legislation". He said that the MB will have to use force [Reviewer's Note: in...
In her speech during the Islamic Thinking Forum, Su'ād Sālih, professor of comparative fiqh at the Azhar University, criticized the state of weakness the Islamic nation has reached. Sālih told al-Misrī al-Yawm that she does not regret joining al-Wafd Party.
The issue of subjecting books of hadīth and interpretation to a process of sifting out Israelite hadīths has resurfaced, although the matter has in the past been met with loud opposition from some religious authorities. The Azhar University has called for the addition of a new subject to the...
Dr. ‘Isām al-‘Uryān reviews Dr. Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī’s new book about jihād in Islam.
Should the One Thousand and One Nights be banned? A Cairo conference debates the issue. A number of Lawyers submitted a request to have the latest edition of the Thousand and One Nights banned because they viewed it as immoral. Intellectuals and cultural figures rally against this ban, upset by the...
The author reports on research by ‘Ādil Jundī, who comments on the real number of presidential decrees regarding building churches.
The article presents an interview with Safwat Hijāzī discussing different issues such as those about the attacks against da‘iyahs, insulting Islam and the Prophet Muhammad, monopoly, normalization, and organ donation. He was also asked about his opinion on Christian attempts to Christianize Muslim...
The author believes that Christian students should be allowed to enroll in the non-theological schools of the Azhar University but does not support the idea of a Coptic university.
Al-Dustūr features Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī and writes about his life and ideas.

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