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The “Jurists of Moodiness” are a group of religious Scholars that publish hardline Fatwas based on their ‘wrong’ readings and interpretations of religious texts without taking into consideration any social conditions for the Fatwa, for example those issued by the Salafist preachers Abū Ishāq al-...
Shaykh Jābir al-Tāyi’, Deputy of the Ministry of Endowments, assured that non-Azharis among the Salafī preachers, including Shaykh Muhammad Hassān and Muhammad Hasanayn Yaqūb and Abū Isāq al- Huwaynī are not permitted to ascend the pulpits of mosques, as they are not appointed by the Ministry,...
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia revealed in a statement of its embassy yesterday that all Qur’ān copies of the King Fahd Complex are correct
The followers of Sheikh Abu Ishaq al-Hawaini, a member of the Salafi Ulema Council, published a video of him after the defeat of the Muslim Brotherhood in the battle of the referendum, in which he called on the Islamists and preachers to work as advocates and leave political action.  
Shaykh Abū ‘Isāc al-Huwaynī, the Salafī preacher, has called upon his followers to boycott al-Qaradāwī and stated that his fatwás are contradictory (Saīd Higāzī, al-Watan, Jan. 18, p. 3). Read original text in Arabic. 
Followers of Shaykh Abū Isāc al-Huwaynī, the Salafī preacher, have published a video for him calling on the Islamists to withdraw from political work and start preaching. The Nūr Party stated that the National Alliance in Support for Legitimacy has broken their promises to the Salafī Shaykhs, such...
The name of Abu Ishaq al-Hawaini has been for years associated with strange fatwas, especially with regard to women, weird thoughts that had nothing in common with Islam.
On November 18, 2011 a new newspaper was published, al-Rahmah, the second mouthpiece for the salafi camp after al-Fatah, published on October 28.
Khālid Muntasir praised a statement made by Dr. 'Abd al-Mu'tī Bayūmī, a member of the Azhar's Islamic Research Academy, in his response to salafists. Shaykh Abū Ishaq al-Huwaynī, a salafī preacher, lamented Muslims' "slackness" to launch ghazwahs (invasions) one year after another, adding "if this...
Al-Hikmah al-Salafīyah group held a seminar in Kafr al-Shaykh university, attended by Shaykh Abū Ishaq al-Huwaynī, who pointed to 'tragedies' that occur currently in colleges. One of them is  ‘Urfī marriages [Informal marriage and also informal document or agreement] that is "mere adultery", as he...
Tharwat al-Kharabāwī writes about how both Muslim and Christians are causing sectarian tension between the two religions in Egypt. First, he talks about Shaykh Muhammad Husayn Ya‘qūb's alleged incitement of hatred against Copts. Secondly, he discusses Shaykh Abū Ishaq al-Huwaynī (Salafīyah), and...
The sexual life of the Prophet Muhammad is a subject of heated debate. A woman "dared" to write about the exaggerations in al-Bukhārī’s hadīths and was accused of offending Islam. Salafīs call for her death.
The author criticizes the phenomenon of fundamentalist shaykhs who insist on depicting Islam as a horrifying religion by focusing on hadīths that depict the torture of the tomb after death and link piety with superficial practices and appearances.
The author, Asmā’ Nas...
A Shaykh who enjoys considerable public support declares that a woman is a dwarf that must be under the authority of a man, and thanks God for blind men having been saved from the fatal sedition of women.
Islamic movements, along with the climate of political and social tension, create extremism, violence and supporters of the Salafiya Jihadīya trends such as the Mansura, Tawhīd and Jihad groups.
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