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The author argues whether or not current Egyptian Muslims are the grandchildren of old invaders who arrived during the Islamic conquest to Egypt in the seventh century.
Amānī Abū al-Ḥasan reports on the statements of intellectuals and experts of Islamic fundamental groups affairs about whether the al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah would return to violence-oriented approaches though their Fatwás.
Rumors circulate in the Egyptian political context about the Ṣūfīs targeting influential political positions in Egypt. There are 73 Ṣūfī orders and 11 million Murīds, assert researchers in Ṣūfism in Egypt.
The article talks about the questions raised in relation to the significance of the Zūmurs brothers’ support of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah’sannouncement concerning the fiqh reviews.
The author presents the opinions of the ṣūfī shaykhs about the claims that Egyptian Ṣūfism is the way to Shī‘ah in Egypt.
The article tackles a symposium organized by MENA, the Egyptian official news agency, about Muslim-Coptic coexistence in Egypt. Participants called for sustaining citizenship, away from any religious sentiments and blamed the religious institutions for their negligence in this regard.
The author comments on two articles on jihad and the war on Iraq by Dr. Essam Al-Erian and Muhammad Ibrahim Mabruk. He believes that protecting one´s homeland does not need a religious text or fatwa. He adds that framing jihad in its religious dimension will harm other forms of jihad and will...
Dr. ‘Ammār ‘Alī Hasan argues that Muslim dā‘iyas, often seen on satellite television channels, are increasingly seen in the West as representatives of true Islam, and that they must address important issues facing Muslims.
‘Ammār ‘Alī Hasan states that the press in Egypt is in crisis, and criticizes irresponsible unprofessional newspapers that caused sectarian problems by their treatment of the play produced by a church in Alexandria.
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