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The author asserts that secularism is the right way to peaceful cooperative society.
The writer presents famous examples of successful Egyptian women who changed society.
The author presents viewpoints of six girls that represent three samples of young women in Egyptian society today. Viewpoints about life, religion, and sex vary from one to another. The young women are chosen from different social and educational levels.
The Muslim Brotherhood has no intention of assuming control of the country and would prefer to remain as a strong opposition group rather than becoming in an incapable regime.
The author presents the opinions of the ṣūfī shaykhs about the claims that Egyptian Ṣūfism is the way to Shī‘ah in Egypt.
Sayyid al-Qimnī presents a chart of the changes happened in social virtues of Arabs in the pre-Islamic time.
Within days of declaring a visit of Shaykh of the Azhar Dr. Muhammad Sayyid Ṭanṭāwī to the Vatican on an invitation from the Roman pope, opposing voices have risen as the pope’s famous lecture on Islām is fresh in the minds of many.
The articles talk about the secular Muslims and secular individuals from Muslim countries brought together to discuss the need for reforming the Islamic philosophy.
In this article the author answers the question of whether he could accept a Christian reaching Egypt’s presidency, and tackles the issue of citizenship.
Dr. Ma’mūn al-Basyūnī comments on the recent trends of Islamic preachers promoting the establishment of a religious state.


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