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Muslims have learned from the Qur’ān that people are different and that this difference is necessary to enrich the human experience.
Khālid Muntaṣir, the author, reviews a Khayrī Shalabī novel entitled, ‘Quddās al-Shaykh Radwān’ [Mass of Shaykh Raḍwān] which deals with the relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
The author attacks the Egyptian Minister of Endowments Mah...
Dr. Ahmad ‘Umar Hāshim rejects the project of unifying the Adhān proposed by the Ministry of Religious Endowments as it abolishes a rite in Islam.
Members of the People’s Assembly’s Committee for Religious Affairs reject the project to unify the call to prayer and call to allocate its funds to building houses for the poor and aid for street children.
The Ministry of Endowments begins the trial of a unified adhān.
Amidst the tempest caused by the Ministry of Awqaf's [Religious Endowment's] plan to unify the Azan in the Greater Cairo, Dr. Zaqzouq, the Minister, was the target of fervent attacks. He was accused of being involved in a plot to ruin Islam. Those who attacked the Minister backed their attacks with...
The idea proposed by the Minster of Awqaf [Religious Endowment] Dr. Mahmoud Hamdi Zaqzouq inspired wide-scale reactions among Muslim scholars and the public. Many conservative Muslims did not like the idea of unifying the Azan, likely because it is so radically different from what people are used...
Azhar scholars rejected the suggestion to play recorded prayer calls instead of having prayer callers. They said this is not allowed according to the Shari´a.
The article seeks to define jihād and dispel common misconceptions in the West about the concept, using the arguments of German orientalist Sigrid Hunke.


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