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Ahmad al-Khatīb reports on the first Qur’ānists conference that will be held in the U.S. this month.
The People’s Assembly approved the draft law banning demonstrations in Egyptian houses of worship. The Muslim Brotherhood boycotted the vote and withdrew from the session, and the Minister of Endowments asserted that houses of worship are inviolable.
The article compares how Muslims are dealt with in the West, and how Islam obliges Muslims to treat non-Muslims living in Islamic countries kindly.
al-Ḥayāh conducted an interview with Sayyid Imām who spoke about his life. The following lines also present reactions to the revisions and comments of observers and Islamic groups leaders.
The author quotes a statement of a human rights group, in which it defends the Coptic businessman Najīb Sawirus’s right to express his opinion. A few weeks ago, Sawirus was reported as attacking the Ḥijāb along with other features of religious extremism.
In a conference on the performance of Muslim Imāms, the minister of endowments criticized relics for not sufficiently caring about the issue of renewing the religious discourse. He announced that the ministry has distributed a book ‘The Guide of Imām’ to all Shaykhs.
Last week’s Egyptian press tended to reflect on the reasons behind and potential consequences of the eye-catching phenomenon of Niqāb-clad women prevailing in all classes of society.
Majdī Sālim responds to the previous article based on an interview with Islamic preacher Dr. Ṣafwat Ḥijāzī.
The article is based on an interview with the Islamic preacher Dr. Ṣafwat Ḥijāzī on the role played by religious TV satellite channels on spreading a so-called status of fatwá chaos.
The article reviews three separate articles published by al-Usbū‘ on recent statements of the prominent Coptic businessman Najīb Sawirus, in which he was reported as criticizing the manifesto of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political party as well as the increasing religious trend in society.


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