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The article represents different opinions of Muslim scholars about the official and legitimate fatwá.
Ayman Nūr writes a paper on how Egyptian constitutions and laws control the people’s freedom.
The following lines present a historic and social background about the cave church in the Muqattam hills in Cairo. The church is located at the foot of the mountain and surrounded by about 40 thousand garbage collectors who live in difficult conditions.
A discussion about the merits of different Arab language news stations, includes in depth analysis of the proposed BBC Arabic news channel.
An overview of the Secular Islam Summit held in the United States. The conference featured a number of speakers who supported reform within Islam as a religion and Muslim countries.
The Center for Arab-West Understanding presents its annual report for 2006, highlighting the objectives achieved and the goals for the upcoming year. 2006 was landmarked by growing toward the Center for Arab-West Understanding, and laying the basis for an electronic documentation center.
The articles talk about the secular Muslims and secular individuals from Muslim countries brought together to discuss the need for reforming the Islamic philosophy.
The author reviews the relation between religion and the state in many parts of the world.
Among the supporters and rejecters, the Syrian Muftī says in a meeting with scholars, officials, and students, that there should be an amendment to article 528 in the Syrian penal code regarding lightening the punishments of crimes of honor.
A group of American neo-conservatives and controversial Muslim and ex-Muslim figures from the Arab world hold a conference in Florida aimed at secularizing Islām.


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