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The author interviews Jamāl al-Bannā, brother of Haṣan al-Bannā who founded the Muslim Brotherhood, on a number of issues relevant to Egyptian society today, including Muslim-Christian relations.
Dr. Maḥmūd Ismā‘īl discusses the Islamic stance toward science and technology.
Dr. Maḥmūd Ismā‘īl tackles the concept of "state of religion" in Islām.
In an interview Dr. Mahmoud Ismā‘īl explains the reasons behind his strong convection that calls for establishing Islamic religious state are not part of the genuine Islamic teaching, rather they are politically-motivated.
Helmy Salem, coordinator of the seminar of “Scientific means for renewing religious discourse”, organized by Cairo Center for Human Rights Studies on August 12 and 13 in Paris, responds to the criticism Al-Liwaa´ Al-Islami directed to the seminar and the statement it released.
The Sunna of the Prophet is the second source for the Islamic Sharia [the first source is the Holy Qur´an]. The author argues that there are too many inauthentic, false hadiths, yet, raising doubts concerning the entire Sunna is a very extremist attitude. The best solution to such dilemma is...
The author interviewed Dr. Mahmoud Ismail. The interview discussed the issue of renewing the religious discourse, the topic of two seminars attended by Dr. Ismail during two consecutive months: the first was during the Arab Culture Conference held in Cairo by the Supreme Culture Council. The second...
There is a strong relation between Richard Sothorne’s Soura al-Islām fī Uoroubā fī al-‘Usour al-Wousta [Image of Islam in Medieval Europe] and Ibrāhīm al-Qadrī’s Bayn Akhlāqīyyāt al-‘Arab wa Dhhinīyāt al-Gharb [Arab mentalities and Western Thoughts].
The political-religious ideas of the Islamic Liberation Party are more evolved than the previous ancestral ideologies. They alert youth to confront the alliance between Jews and western colonialism along with the ragged Arab regimes.
The Arab conquerors were tolerant toward the ancient Egyptian culture that was flourishing in the Alexandria Library. Arabs were tolerant with all the cultures of their time. They were very tolerant as long as it did not contradict the teachings of Islam. That is why the claim that the Arab...


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