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A lecture from Dr. Tarek Mansour on Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East.
After a few members of Muslim Brotherhood attacked Dr. Yāssir al-Burhāmī during his walk in the Prophet’s Mosque in al- Madīnah al- Munawarrah [Saudi Arabia], anger prevailed over Salafi circles. 
In the mosque of Prophet Muhammad (al- Masjid al- Nabawī) in al- Madīnah al- Munawarah, the first simultaneous translation of a Friday sermon to English and Urdu was held.
Transcript of Dr. Anas Abū Shādī's address “Counter Insult with Arguments by the Pen and Other Non-Violent Means.” (January 27, 2015)
Russian-born Israeli blogger Ben Tzion, posted on his Facebook timeline a selfie, picturing him standing before the ʿAmr Ibn Al-ʿĀṣ mosque in Egypt, and commenting that the mosque, which was built in 641-642 AD is the first mosque constructed in North-Africa.
Ben Tzion, a blogger and writer for the Times of Israel, shared on his Instagram account pictures of himself in the city of Medina visiting the Prophet's mosque, Islam’s second holiest site. To confirm that his photos were not fake, Tzion in one of his pics points to his name in Hebrew letters...
Dr. Khālid ‘Azab, Professor of Islamic Archeology, said that the ’Amrū Ibn al-‘Āṣ mosque was the first mosque in Egypt and Africa, and was built in the city of Fustāt, the first capital of Egypt during the Arab Islamic era.
In an opinion article published by Civic Egypt, Rāghib Al- Rikābī wrote about the difference between Islam during the early Islamic period of Mecca and the Islamic experience witnessed after the hijra, or emigration; the date of this event marks the beginning of the Muslim calendar. 
In a press statement delivered yesterday, the minister of religious affairs, Dr. Muhammad Mūkhtār Jum`a, said that in the light of following the example of Prophet Muhammad, the ministry strives to revive the role of the early congregational mosque, since it was the first structure built by the...
Background: Father Christiaan van Nispen tot Sevenaer (15.3.1938 – 12.5.2016) was a Jesuit priest and had been in Egypt since 1962. Van Nispen had a PhD in Islam which he received in Serbonne, Paris. Besides his PhD, he also studied Philosphy and Islam and had been active in the formation within...

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