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A review of the book ‘Listening to Islam’ by Rev. John Watson, concerning dialogue between Muslims and Christians.
Husām Tammām investigates the phenomenon of new preachers and Sufism in Sudan portraying their rites and what he calls “Modern Sufism.”
The article reports about the developments of the crisis between MPs affiliated to the Brotherhood and the Minister of Culture over the book “Commandments on Loving Women” by Ahmed Al-Shahawi which was published by the Book Organization and recommended to be banned by the Islamic Research Institute...
The author of the article reviews types of Islamic discourse among which are the discourse of Islamic moderation, Sufi Islamic discourse and text-based Islamic discourse.
Sout Al-Umma devotes a special file to the status and thoughts of Sufis in Egypt.
The Centre introduces Rev. Dr. John Watson, a long time RNSAW/AWR board member, as a close companion of Bishop Kenneth Cragg, an eminent Arabist and one of the greatest Christian scholars of Islam in the world in his search for truth and dialogue. Only one sentence has ultimate significance for...
Interview with the head of the Azhar Fatwa Committee concerning the work of the committee and some of the controversial fatwas he issued. He also gives his opinion on modern Islamic preachers
Salah Hashim, the founder of the Gama´at Al-Islamiya spoke about the Gama´at since its foundation in Assiut, the role the then governor of Assiut played in relation to the formation of the Gama´at and their disputes with the Muslim Brotherhood. He supports the corrective review of the ideologies of...
The American Administration asked some Arab countries to amend their school curriculums. This story did not start with the September 11 incidents but began some months before when the US State Department made a study, in cooperation with the European Union (EU), of the curriculums for the different...
The author discusses a conference hosted by the Azhar on calls by Sufis to internationalize Muslim sanctities and bring an end to the Wahābīs’ control over them.

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