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The following text presents a number of the most popular Islamic Dā‘iyahs in the modern time.
This article deals with some points discussed by the Anglican al-Azhar Dialogue Committee in London with focus on Shaykh Umar al-Dīb’s paper on Muslim minorities in the West.
Muḥammad Fatḥī interviews ‘Amr Khalid and discusses The New York Times celebration where Khalid has been selected as one of the 100 most influential people in the world,
The article talks about the conference of different religions dialogue in Rome between the Azhar Dialogue Committee and the Vatican, following a hiatus of over six months due to the Vatican pope’s offensive statements against Islām.
The article discussed the 51 session of the Commission on the Status of Women [CSW] and its statements which conflict with the Islamic Shari‘ah. It sheds light on the stance of the international Islamic organizations regarding CSW’s statements.
The article discusses the necessity of creating Arab-West understanding and encouraging constructive dialogue between the West and East. It highlights the role and stance of the Azhar University on international events.
The article discusses a conference of Muslim-Christian dialogue between the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy and the Episcopal Church in which the participants stressed the importance of cooperation for the good of both Muslims and Christians.
In an interview with al-Dustour, Egyptian preacher, ‘Amr Khālid, unveils an initiative to instill moral values and ethics into young people in the Arab and Muslim worlds.
The authors are reviewing some religious occasions and traditions in Egypt, including the Sibou‘ and other feasts, and practices associated with them.
Dr. Ali Gom’a, the Grand Mufti of the Republic, said the Hejab [veil covering a woman’s hair] is obligatory for all girls as soon as they reach puberty. He added that such an opinion is based on the Qur’an and sunna [sayings or actions of the prophet.]


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