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Seeking to convert mosques throughout the holy month of Ramadan into a tolerant oasis for moderate preaching, the Minister of endowments, Dr. Muḥammad Mukhtār Jumʿah, decided to form a tripartite committee headed by Shaykh Jābir Tāyiʿ, head of the religious sector, and the membership of Dr....
Egypt expressed regret at the burning of the historic tower of the Church of Notre Dame in the French capital of Paris, expressing solidarity with the French authorities.
Abū al-ʿIlā Mosque is considered a blessed spot, but also a place of refuge for worshippers and those in need. It is also an obligatory destination for art and architecture lovers to enjoy its accuracy and splendor as well as its spirituality.
Dr. Muhammad Al-Sughayar, Advisor to the Minister of Endowments (Awqāf), affirmed that voting in elections and referenda is a national duty but has nothing to do with entering heaven or fire in the hereafter. 
Facing critiques on whether religious institutions polarize the Egyptian Christians and Muslims in casting their votes for or against the upcoming constitutional referendum, the Minister of Awqāf (Endowments), Dr. Tal′at ′Afīfī said, that any imām who claims having been instructed to do so, will...
While the leader of the Salafi Jihadism Movement calls on boycotting the draft constitution as it places the sovereignty of people above God, Faysal 'Abd al-Rā'ūf, the Imām of the largest mosque in the United States of America, wrote in his article in Newsweek Magazine on December 1st that Muhammad...
In his address before the imāms and preachers on Thursday (October 25), President Mursī said the Ummah (Nation) will never rise without a conviction, as if the Egyptian society has never known convictions and faiths before the Muslim Brotherhood made their way to power.
Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments,  has assured that he will not allow imāms and preachers to campaign for any political group or candidate. 
During a meeting with the Minister of Communication and Islamic Affairs in Singapore, the Grand Imam of the al-Azhar said that it set a moderate way of thinking in the minds of its students and that Islam is innocent of any killings or destruction. 
Sources in the Azhar stated that the Grand Imam, Ahmad al- Tayyib, will take part in person in the Aswan reconciliation committee that aims to bring accord between the Banī Hilal and al- Dabūdiah tribes. 


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