Displaying 11 - 18 of 18.
The author of the article reviews types of Islamic discourse among which are the discourse of Islamic moderation, Sufi Islamic discourse and text-based Islamic discourse.
The article discusses the reasons behind the fact that some Islamic groups deny the other and accuse rulers, societies and even other Islamic groups of kufr [unbelief].
Dr. Murād Wahba defends secularism and explains why it is rebuffed in the Islamic world.
An article in response to Muslims who gloated over U.S.’s misfortunes. One of the ancient scholars of Islam, Abu Hāmid al-Ghazālī, said gloating is the most extreme form of envy, for it breeds a venomous hatred of others. Envy is unequivocally prohibited in Islam.
Social pressures led to the formation of certain social identifications stressing the concept of fatalism. However, creeds disagree with fatalism, as they call for faith and faith is facultative. Some people say that faith is the only criterion upon which man is rewarded by paradise or punished by...
Not having our equal rights is not the result of others being unfair to us, rather it is the result of us not mastering the rules of the game, such as applying required pressure and requesting clarification of the facts.
The resemblance between Islamic sufism and Christian monasticism and other kinds of Sufism linked to other religions and beliefs, does not mean that one has taken its principles from the other. However, that does not stop the occurrence of effects and interaction says Dr. Gamal Marzouq, Professor...
Mohammed Shebl criticizes two hadiths which have been used by extremists to justify their activities. He argues that those who deny that these hadiths lead to terrorism in fact encourage terrorism. The RNSAW asked Dr. Abdel Mo’ti Bayoumi, dean of the College of the Foundation of Religion (Usul el-...


Subscribe to