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Ḥāmid starts his article by stating his own opinion on the trending Fatwa kiosk by saying, “ The Fatwa Kiosk is a heresy invented by hastened Shaykhs. 
Social networking sites have shared yesterday, Friday, a video on the shortest Friday sermon that was delivered by the imam of Umm al-Faḥm Mosque located 20 kilometers northwest of Janīn, Ḥaifa, Palestine.
I just returned from a visit to the UK where I attended a church service in Startfort, London. Stratfort is an area with a large percentage of Muslims living in it. They prayed for the victims of the Manchester bombing while simultaneously speaking with great love about their Muslim neighbours....
A Dutch tourist residing in the city of Hurghada declared that he had converted to Islam and changed his name to Sīsī in reference to Egyptian President ‘Abd al-Fatah al- Sīsī. The tourist says the President led him to Islam despite him lacking religious affiliation before. The tourist held a...
Ayman Muḥammad Rabīʿ al-Ẓawāhirī is a Muslim who claims that he is committed to bring the golden age of the caliphate back, and advocates a violent means of jihād to achieve his objectives. His own native country Egypt, along with many other countries, considers him a terrorist. During the 1990s,...
The Egyptian political thinker, Dr. Mustafa al-Feqi, said that the new Suez Canal is an integrated national project that marks the beginning for new investments, stressing that the new channel will yield economic productivity as well as political and military profit. However, al-Feqi added, a...
Islamophobia literally means an exaggerated or irrational fear of Islam. In current times, Islamophobia is on the rise worldwide.
The fight against IS must also be fought in ideological terms. Egyptian Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Salah, who speaks the language of Salafi Muslims, is eager to play a role in this effort. This is the background of my contribution to the Op Ed page in Trouw.  
The Clarion Project, a terrorism research institute, reported that the Muslim Brotherhood is beginning a period of retaliation against the Egyptian government. 
When I saw the report of MEMRI about Egyptian cleric Muḥammad ʿAbdū I was reminded of Tim Cavanaugh’s critique on MEMRI in 2002 that MEMRI does not need to travel very far to cherry-pick offensive comments. MEMRI presented excerpts from ʿAbdū speaking on al-Ḥikmah TV on September 20, 2011. al-...

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