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The article reviews a Vatican document about the rights of evangelizing non-believers and welcoming converts from denominations other than Catholicism.
Two sectarian incidents took place in the city of Isnā in the governorate of Qena, causing significant damage to Copts’ properties. Copts refused to accept the ’usual’ reconciliation meetings with Muslims, instead demanding compensation for the damages.
In a conference on the performance of Muslim Imāms, the minister of endowments criticized relics for not sufficiently caring about the issue of renewing the religious discourse. He announced that the ministry has distributed a book ‘The Guide of Imām’ to all Shaykhs.
The Community Council in Alexandria calls for two Azhar lecturers to be interrogated for offending Christianity.
The Muftī of Egypt faced a storm of criticism following his ’controversial’ remarks about the Egyptian youths who died on the Italian shores while trying to cross the border illegally in search of a better life, in which he condemned their illegal acts and refused to consider them martyrs.
Muḥammad ‘Imārah claims that expatriate Copts raise suspicions about the Qur’ān to undermine Islam and prove that the Qur’ān is equal to the Bible, when in reality they are aware of the Bible’s perversion.
Aḥmad al-Buḥayrī reports on the statements of Azhar scholars who criticized Pope Benedict XVI’s secretary who spoke about the Islamization of Europe.
The article is based on a listing of article on a Fatwá issued by the Muftī of Egypt Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah, in which he believes that companions of Prophet Muhammad used to drink his urine in order to receive blessings.
The article is based on a listing of articles that talk about the Muftī of the Republic Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah and his Fatwá which believes that drinking from Prophet Muhammad’s urine bestowed blessings. Despite the fact that the Islamic Research Academy has asked the Muftī to withdraw this claim, he...
The article provides a listing of articles on two controversial Fatwás issued by the Muftī of Egypt and a professor at the Azhar University. The first fatwá says that the prophet’s urine used to be given to his companions for blessings. The second one urges working women to breastfeed their male co...
The Ministry of Endowments begins the trial of a unified adhān.
Dr. Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, minister of endowments, said that there is nothing mentioned in the Qur’ān or Sunnah prohibiting the celebration of Shamm al-nasīm.
Although the Islamic world owns every physical and human resource that can make it play an influential and effective role in the course of history, the reality is quite different.
In his new fatwá, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah permits women to work as a ma’dhūn, saying that it complies with the Abū Hanīfah scholarship.
al-Miṣrī al-Yawm newspaper revealed that all Ministry of Endowments’ directors have been clearly instructed to transfer female Dā‘iyahs who wear a Niqāb to administrative work, and to monitor bearded Dā‘iyahs, by the Minister of Endowments Ḥamdī Zaqzūq.
The former president of the Fatwá Committee at the Azhar rejects legislation outlining the execution of Murtadds.
The Shaykh of the Azhar Muhammad Sayyid Ṭanṭāwī referred to the possibility of resuming the Azhar-Vatican dialogue that stopped after the Roman Catholic pope’s highly-publicized and controversial lecture on Islām.
After four months of estrangement between the Azhar and the Vatican, the Vatican Ambassador in Cairo, Archbishop Michael Louis Fitzgerald visited Shaykh ‘Umar al-Dīb, chairman of the Permanent Committee for Inter-religious Dialogue, in his office at the Azhar headquarters.
The Islamic Research Institute issued a fatwa considering Baha’is and Babis as apostates because they have changed the fundamentals of the Islamic creed.
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