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The author reports on news of the conduct of two different reports before the general prosecutor calling for the closure of the Ahmadiyya satellite channel MTA3, which is said to have been scorning religions and promoting sectarian sedition.
The author criticizes the phenomenon of fundamentalist shaykhs who insist on depicting Islam as a horrifying religion by focusing on hadīths that depict the torture of the tomb after death and link piety with superficial practices and appearances.
Shaykh Ishāq al-Hawīnī, who belongs to al-Salafīyah group, fiercely attacks preacher ‘Amr Khālid describing him as a devil on earth on a tape he recorded.
The authors discuss the accusations of Egyptian citizens against the Ministry of Endowments of attempting to seize their premises under the pretext that they are Zāwiyahs that belong to the ministry.
The article is a review of Rose Al-Youssef’s file "The Complete Conspiracy: The Extremist Plan to Destroy Egypt’s Civilization." The file exposes the dangerous dimensions of extremism’s conspiracy against Egypt. The aim of the conspiracy is to destroy every aspect of Egyptian society.
Rose al-Yūsuf magazine publishes a report about the spread of Zāwiyahs in the streets of Cairo. The weekly magazine reviews a report published by the U.S. Los Angeles Times about Zāwiyahs.
Religious education in Egypt is no longer exclusive to Azharian schools and institutes but there are schools that call themselves ‘Islamic’ that advertise their intentions to offer education in an Islamic manner.
A meeting was held in the Swiss Club between the Muslim Brotherhood and European diplomats under the supervision of Saad Eddin Ibrahim, head of the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Developmental Studies. Some papers report that this meeting is one of the reasons behind the latest campaign of the government...
The article refers to the dangerous spreading phenomenon of religious cassette tapes on public transportation. These tapes were issued by Islamic groups that have extreme tendencies.
In order to spread the spirit of tolerance and unity between Copts and Muslims, some Coptic singers tend to compose folk music to praise the Prophet Muhammad and his companion.


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