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Sheikh Sha’arawi was the foremost television preacher and was able to influence millions. Sha’arawi’s aim was to maintain traditional religious values in society through convincing people to adhere to these values. The authors believe he died at a time that the tide of religious conservatism may...
Sha’arawi was considered "something of a saint". He defended Sadat when he visited Israel in 1977. His popularity grew after he resigned as minister of Religious Endowments and his popularity made him almost impervious to criticism and only a few, mostly leftists, dared challenge his religious...
An autobiography of the phenomenal preacher. The translator added the references to many other articles which appeared about sheikh Sha’arawi in the Egyptian press.
Sheik Mohammed Metwali Al-Sha’arawi, Egypt’s most popular preacher died early in the morning of the 17th of June.
An interview with Sheik Mohammed Mitwalli Al-Shaarawi in which he explains his contradictory statements regarding the new reformation law in Al-Azhar.
Howeidy presents the arguments against the law in the a less rhetorical but stronger and more systematic way than the theologians.
Sheik Mohammed Metwali Al-Sharawi expressed his agreement to reduce the years of education at The Azhar.


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