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The posters of the Muslim Brotherhood are covering all the walls and doors of the faculty of medicine of the Qasr Al-Aini and the hospitals affiliated with Cairo University. This reveals that the banned Muslim Brotherhood and extremist religious activities have succeeded in penetrating into the...
Dialogue between the Episcopal Church and the Azhar. Comment on stories about the attempted conversion of Wafa Costantin, the wife of a Coptic Orthodox priest in Abū al-Mattamir.
The heated controversy in Egypt over the statements of the writer Usama Anwar Okasha has been escalated. In a press article, Okasha attacked the Companion of the Prophet Amr Ibn Al-‘As and made some accusations against him, which some people considered an insult to Amr Ibn Al-‘As. - See art. 7...
Colin Powell wants his administration to convince the leaders of the Islamic world that the education offered by schools in the Muslim world does not suit our times and undermines peace and security. He claims that such education teaches students the worse terms in religion and the most hateful...
A new [political] party that rejects Islam and Arabism submitted its papers last week to the committee of party affairs [affiliated to the Shura Council]. This party asks for the modification of the Egyptian constitution to remove the Islamic Shari’a as the primary legislative source of the...
Explanation of the consequences of a lacking NGO status. German scholar Dr. Christiane Paulus comments on an article of Magdi Khalil about the need for dialogue between groups with different convictions.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Fattāh Idrīs, Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence at Cairo University, described Islamic sharī‘a [law] as one concerned with securing the world and its inhabitants. He bases his argument on the presence of specific rulings on how to punish those who harm humans, animals or the...
“Al-Horriya Al-Deeniya fi Al-Islam” [Religious Freedom in Islam] is the most important book of Sheikh Abdel Mota’al Al-Sa’eedy, a senior sheikh at the Azhar. Sheikh Al-Sa’eedy reached the conclusion that whoever abandons Islam should not be killed. He believes that what has been previously said...
Al-Liwā’ al-Islāmī hosted the Islamic intellectual Dr. ‘Abd al-Sabour Shāhīn, Professor of Linguistics, Faculty of Dār al-‘Uloum, Cairo University, in its first intellectual forum [or panel].
It is the people’s right to protest, but if these protests turn into complete disorder and chaos, then this right should be, carefully, reconsidered. There is a thin line between protests and chaos, and we must be careful not to trespass it.

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