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In this article, the author interviews Dr. Ahmed Jaballa and asks him questions about the role that Muslims in the West can play in being better representatives of Islam.
The Djibouti minister of Islamic affairs, Dr. Mogueh Dirir, said in this interview with al-Liwā’ al-Islāmī newspaper that Jewish and Christian missionary campaigns were targeting many parts in the African continent in the absence of significant Muslim activities and indifference about the da‘...
A number of Muslim scholars, who participated in the Muslim-Danish dialogue initiative a few months ago, unanimously agree that the engagement in positive and constructive dialogue with the West is a duty for every Muslim to correct the false perceptions of Islam in the West.
With the escalating conflict in Iraq between the Sunnis and Shi’ites, many Muslim thinkers are urging Muslims to unite behind their belief in God and the Prophet Muhammad.
Shaykh Fawzī al-Zifzāf, head of the Azhar’s Permanent Committee for Dialogue with the Monotheistic Religions, assured that dialogue is crucial between religions since it protects the nation against misunderstanding.
Ahmed Kamal Abu Al-Magd, a former Minister of Information and Youth and professor of public law at the Faculty of Law, Cairo University, said that he does not support the conspiracy theory trend but that he views a scheme that aims at marginalizing the Muslim world and brushing it aside from the...
Dr. Abdullah Al-Nagar said that Muslim scholars, who participated in the inter-religious dialogue that was held in Japan, succeeded in correcting many of non-Muslim misconceptions of Islam. Their success shows that there is a persistent need to coordinate among scholars, preachers and organizations...
It would be unfair to deny scientific phenomena mentioned in the Qur’ān, which dazzled the minds of famous, non-Muslim, scientists worldwide. However, it would not be in the Qur’ān’s interest to twist the verses to force some scientific theories.
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