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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.]
The Grand Imam of the Azhar, Dr. Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī, asserted in his meeting with a delegation from the US National Council of Churches (USNCC) that ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict requires restoring the Palestinian rights.
Dr. Milad Hanna and Sheikh Fawzy Al-Zafzaf, the president of the Azhar Permanent Committee for Inter-Religious Dialogue, stress the importance of the dialogue. They agree that the events of September 11 awakened the Islamic media which urges to correct the distorted image of Islam.
The Islamic Research Institute banned a collection of books containing ideas harmful to heavenly religions. Among these books was one titled "Say Baba and miracles of heavenly love." The author Dr. Abdel-Fattah Mohsin Badawi tells the story of Say Baba, an Indian Muslim Sufi. The author does not...


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