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Thanā’ al-Karrās discusses the issue of the importance of meetings, conferences, and activities of inter-religious dialogue and whether or not they are worth the efforts and money spent on them.
Azhar scholars have condemned the attack on the Egyptian Shaykh Muḥammad al-Salāmūnī, an Imām at the Islamic Centre in London, carried out by an Irish extremist.
Rose al-Yūsuf magazine publishes a report about the spread of Zāwiyahs in the streets of Cairo. The weekly magazine reviews a report published by the U.S. Los Angeles Times about Zāwiyahs.
Directing wrongful accusations at Islam and linking it to terrorism has become an unsupportable and dangerous matter. Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi said that terrorism is the child of injustice, and injustice is the act of America, and as long as injustice exists, no one can prevent terrorism. Dr. Abdel...
A master’s dissertation on “The Literary Stamp of al-Qaradāwī’s Discourse” by Sayyid Ibrāhīm Sayyid has highlighted the role of Islamic discourse in countering anti-Islamic campaigns and correcting false perceptions about religion.
Many Muslim scholars explained that, according to the Shari´a, it is not right to use mosques for demonstrations. Mosques are places for worship and preaching, holy places that should not be a place for shouting and gathering. Expressing anger and dissatisfaction could be done through collecting...
Amr Khaled has appeared again in the field of da´wa, although the ministry of Awqaf declared that he is not qualified and does not have a permit to work as a da´iya. He chose a number of public mosques and other mosques under construction to restart his activities. The article gives the opinions of...
In his interview with Shaykh ‘Alī Jum‘a, the muftī of Egypt, the author of the article asks about fatwas and those qualified to issue them.
Throughout its long history, the major religious institution in Egypt, the Azhar, has been known for its neutral moderate stance on the different issues on the Egyptian political domain. In recent years, however, Azhar scholars have increasingly featured on the political scene.
The article is a response to statements made by the poet Ahmad Abdel Mo’ti Hegazy. A group of specialized scholars in history and Islamic civilization refute the allegation of the poet Ahmad Abdel Mo’ti Hegazi that Egypt does not belong to the Arabic nation.


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