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The Ministry of Endowments presented a draft law prohibiting all forms of demonstrations and political activities in mosques.
The Ministry of Awqāf [religious endowments] has declared a plan to release 1500 female religious guide in mosques in order to confront the phenomenon of the niqāb and religious extremism.
The press review detects the ongoing discussions in Egyptian press on the chaos of Fatwás, especially the reactions to the recent Fatwá of the Egyptian Muftī Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah who refused to consider the Egyptian young men who drowned on the Italian cost to be martyrs.
The Ministry of Endowments suffers from many financial and administrative problems. The authors discussed these problems with Egypt’s Minister of Endowments Dr. Maḥmūd Ḥamdī Zaqzūq.
Jamāl al-Banna forcefully attacked new scholars accusing them of reactionary and backwardness for their incorrect understanding of Qur’ānic texts, at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s dialogue forum.
The Ministry of Endowments censors Takfīr statements from a book by controversial Islamic author Muhammad ‘Imārah to stem angry reactions of the non-Muslims.
The article exposes the reason for the Ministry of Endowments’ delay in the project to unify the Adhān. The project still teeters between the minister of endowments and the rejecters in the religious committee in People’s Assembly.
Mosques must only be houses of worship, not political forums.
Dr. Mahmoud Hamdī Zaqzouq, minister of awqāf, will leave for Germany tomorrow to participate in a conference on religious dialogue in Munich, Germany, May 16 "“ 17.
The author reviews the opinions of university professors about the enactment of an international law criminalizing any assaults on the Muslim faith in particular or divine religions in general.


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