Displaying 71 - 80 of 94.
A recent study at the Azhar revealed that there are over 10,000 anti-Islam websites.
Due to his interest in Islamic sciences and profound search for the essence of Islam, Judge Edwar Ghali Al-Dahabi, former head of State Lawsuits Authority, was granted the first-class medal of science and art during the celebrations of the Birthday of Prophet Muhammad in 1994 to be the first Copt...
The fatwa of Sheikh Muhammad Kamal Mustafa, Imam of the mosque of the Spanish town of Fuengirola and mufti of the Islamic community in Spain, allowing husbands to beat their wives triggered a wave of rage and rejection from women’s rights organizations that interpreted the fatwa as a call for...
The tendency among some authors to exaggerate the distinction between the West and Islam is grounded in a proposed polarity based on mutual suspicion and hatred, or on fear.
Lord Carey concluded his lecture that despite some having prophesied an inevitable ‘clash of cultures’, we have a chance to belie the prophets of gloom and create a new relationship between Islam and Christianity.
The book of Al-Forqan Al-Haq”, [The True Que’an] is ridiculous and does not deserve more than pity for the effort of those who wrote it, their effort is in vain. Those who wrote it, the grandchildren of monkeys and pigs are the human error that exists on earth, namely the Jews.
Restoring lost confidence between the Islamic world and the West relies on essential conditions that should be accepted by the two parties. These conditions include recognizing the other, mutual respect, dialogue, tolerance, and cooperation. Regarding prior mutual confidence, a profound trust...
The author comments on an article by Gamal Al-Banna in which he called upon the Azhar to “forget about banning books for the sake of Egypt.” The author argues in favor of the Azhar giving its opinion concerning religious books. “It is not the Azhar’s rejection of a certain book that creates...
Dr. W. Reiss responded to the summary of Dr. Al-Awa’s article on religious textbooks in AWR, 2003, week 52, art. 27
The author mentions examples from Islamic history and the Qur’an showing the good relations between the Prophet Muhammad and Christians. In light of these examples, he argues that Christians should not be called "citizens," because the word does not tackle the religious part or the duties of...

Pages

Subscribe to