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Asmā’ Nassār wrote about a truly controversial issue; the privatization of the Azhar. She says that some of the prominent ’salafī’ Shaykhs, headed by Ja‘far Bin Idrīs, a Sudanese Shaykh, established an Islamic university in California in 1995. An exchange of scholars between this University and...
The article presents celebrations of the Copts of Egypt on Easter.
Hānī Ahmad Rizq interviews the Muslim Dā‘iyah Abū Islām Ahmad ‘Abd Allāh, owner of al-Ummah religious satellite channel, who spoke about Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt and accused Christians of targeting Muslim youth.
The article discusses the new phenomenon of female Muslim preachers who deliver religious lessons either at mosques or at homes. The article reports on the opinions of Muslim scholars about the phenomenon.
The Iraqi Shī‘ah protest against the Egyptian government and threaten to organize demonstrations, following the government’s rejection to authorize them to build a Shiite mosque. While the Iraqi Shiites ask for their freedom of creed, an Egyptian security source asserts that there is no separation...
The writer presents famous examples of successful women who worked in the field of da‘wah.
The writer refutes the rumor that the Orthodox Church is undergoing a crisis, and the clergy under the pope are fighting amongst themselves over who will assume the papal seat.
The general guide of the Muslim Brotherhood passed away on November 14, 2002. His funeral showed the powerful existence of the Brotherhood. Leaders of the group canceled a meeting to chose a successor for him to avoid being arrested because of ?violating the laws by participating in an...
In an interview with al-Wafd, Usāmah Muṣṭafá Hasan Nasr, otherwise known as Abū ‘Umar al-Miṣrī, spoke about his alleged abduction by CIA agents from a Milan street to Egypt where he was imprisoned and interrogated.
The writer talks about how the West has transformed the celebration of Christmas into a celebration of Santa Clause, and it is starting to become a phenomenon in the East.

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