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It is said a Muslim is not an apostate unless his heart inclines towards another religion. Because what is in one’s heart is known only to God, there must be conclusive external evidences to consider a Muslim an apostate. The article highlights these evidences and shows that death is the punishment...
The year report of 2001 including an overview of the special reports written for the RNSAW. The year 2001 was marked by a strong increase in the number of special reports, providing readers with information that is not available elsewhere.
The tragedy of Muslim societies is that religion is not separated from life, in a way that serves human progress nor is it part of life, in a way that makes of religion an intellectual and enlightened energy against whatever suppresses man, whether political or economic or religious authorities.
The author believes that Muslims should reevaluate their understanding and practice of Islam. He believes the reason for their defeat in many fields is because they judge everything through the eyes of Islam. Confessing defeat and accepting criticism would be a sincere beginning towards victory.
The article gives an overview of the history of Wahhabism, how it entered Egypt and its effect on the Egyptian society.
Eight members of an organization have been accused of disseminating extremist thoughts based on distorting the Islamic religion and opposing its teachings. These thoughts deny all practices of pilgrimage. They also claim that real fasting should be practiced in the month of Sha’ban instead of the...
Su’louk [plural sa’aleek] is a word that was used - in pre-Islamic times - to describe marginalized people who belonged to an insignificant tribe or an unimportant village. Some people have created a form of fiqh called Al-Wilaya wa Al-Bara’a [the submission (to a leader (wali), group, ideology,...
The Islamic communities need different sources to form the minds and souls of the people. The mass media and the preachers who are aware of the realities of life and the truths of the religion have a very important role to play. The mass media should give opportunity to the scholars and clergymen...
The Coptic Orthodox Church’s commemoration of King Herod’s murder of the children in Bethlehem
The concept and legitimacy of jihad differed in the two periods: during the time of the prophet and after the death of the prophet. Combat at the time of the prophet was considered jihad. The aim of fighting was to spread the heavenly faith and conduct people into embracing the faith of Allah [God...

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