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*/ A French law banning prayers in the streets, which was approved by the government the day before yesterday (September 16), caused widespread controversy between French Muslims, when the decision forced them to rent military barracks to perform their Friday prayers due to size constraints in...
Nīvīn Mus'ad writes that there were posters raised on the day of the constitutional referendum saying that voting for 'yes' is a religious duty. These posters had the sign of the Muslim Brotherhood but they deny having anything to do with it.
AWR's managing director Hānī Labīb visited Tahrīr square and closeby Maspero (Egyptian Television building) on March 11, 2011 where a large (uncounted) number of protestors and demonstrators from many governorates were: Muslims and Christians, young and old, and men and women came to unify their...
 AWR's Directing Manager, Hānī Labīb went to the Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU) building [Maspero] and was a witness on demonstrations there.  
AWR was pleased to cooperate with Encounter, a program of ABC radio, Australia. For the interviews and transcript of ABC please check this address: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/encounter/stories/2011/3147651.htm#transcript  
      CIDT Intern Hibah Mutāwi‘ interviews the founder of the Islamic Hotline service....
    The headscarf is a controversial topic in the West, but popular discussion often neglects to consider how women who wear the hijāb think and feel about it. This interview with an Egyptian student girl who chose to cover her hair is not a general explanation about why women wear the hijab, but...
    CIDT Intern Vanessa Panaligan analyzes the role and effectiveness of a new breed of religious authority--the Islamic telepreacher....  
Dr. Ahmad Sūkārnū writes about superficial religiosity in Islamic societies.
Egypt’s State film censors ban a film dealing with the niqāb because it ’defames Islam and state policy’.

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