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Muḥammad al-Dusūqī Rushdī reports on the Islamic opinion of Murtadds. Dr. Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī believes that Riddah is one of the most serious dangers that threaten Islam. “Riddah threatens the spirituality of Muslims,” al-Qaradāwī said. He also differentiated between two kinds of Riddah: the heavy...
In the following interview, Muslim thinker Nasr Hāmid Abū Zayd discusses the present Islamic discourse, he refers to the history of the Islamic reformation in the 20th century and points out the current defects. Abū Zayd also tackles the problems of Egyptian society and the Azhar’s relationship...
In this article, Gamāl al-Bannā sheds light on the relationship between Islām and secularism.
Websites run by fundamentalists published the editorial of the issue No. 60 of the ?Al- Mujahidun? publication, the mouthpiece of the Egyptian Jihad group. It is written by Ayman Al-Zawahri and speaks about Jihad.
The article discusses some Fatwás issued by prominent Saudi Shaykhs that prohibit participating in Christian or Jewish religious celebrations, such as Christmas.
‘Abd Allāh al-‘Alyān, the author, discusses an article written by Radwān al-Sayyid about the thoughts of late prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sayyid Qutb. The article aims to acquit Qutb of being the ideological source of violence-motivated groups.
Subtitle: 1- An Islamic preacher says on the Internet: Christians deceive Muslims by building churches in the form of mosques 2- A Christian Internet site called “Wild Christianity” specializes in attacking Islam 3- Internet sites for the books and essays of: El Karadawy, Said Kotb, Ibn...
The author says Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī is trying to spark strife between Shī‘ah and Sunnī in Egypt with false accusations against the Shī‘ah. He challenges him to obtain evidence for these claims, describing him as a liar and inciter.
Few months ago, a number of imprisoned Jihād leaders declared their renunciation of violence, shifting away from their literal approach to the interpretation of Islamic texts towards the socio-historical mode of exegesis that characterizes mainstream Islamic groups.
Muhammad ‘Alī Ibrāhīm analyzes the Muslim Brotherhood’s demand to make Islamic law, Sharī‘ah, the only source of legislation in the Egyptian Constitution.


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