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The following article presents the second in a series discussing the “talibanization” of education in Egypt.
Rev. Rif‘at Fikrī Sa‘īd writes about the policy of Takfīr followed by both Muslims and Christians.
Subtitle: 1- An Islamic preacher says on the Internet: Christians deceive Muslims by building churches in the form of mosques 2- A Christian Internet site called “Wild Christianity” specializes in attacking Islam 3- Internet sites for the books and essays of: El Karadawy, Said Kotb, Ibn...
In his article, Ibrāhīm ‘Īsā discusses the controversial issue of the Shī‘ah. Referring to Shaykh al-Qaradāwī’s views, ‘Īsā attempts to prove that although the Shī‘ah differ from Sunnī,their doctrine has a basis in the Qur’ān and Sunnah.
The article discusses extremist ideologies originating from wahābī oil countries, which consider women to be devils and propagate misunderstanding of certain hadīths in a way offensive to women.
The author discusses the thriving market of audiotapes containing preaching by salafist shaykhs attacking Shī‘ah and warning Sunnī Muslims against supporting them on the grounds that they are "apostates who allege that the revelation was meant for ‘Alī Ibn Abī Tālib but for Archangel Gabriel’...
Tāriq Mustafá presents various opinions over allegedly false hadīths about the torture of women in hell sent to Muslims living abroad.
A famous scriptwriter criticizes Islamic fanaticism and “repentant actresses” resuming their artistic careers.
Ahmad Abu al-Hassan presents Colonel Qadhāfī as the leader of the new war between the Sufist and the Salafist movements. Qadhāfī’s war is one in which all possible weapons are to be employed.
The article reads that only a few days after an article was published by the Washington Post criticizing Saudi curricula, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) held a symposium on the issue of the relationship between Islamic textbooks in Saudi Arabia and the war on terror.


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