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Rumors about Mubārak’s health spread like wildfire and created wide-ranged uproar in society. Although the role of the press in the circulation of the news was undeniable, some insist on the unwavering responsibility of official authorities in making rumors appear more credible by hesitating in...
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al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ proposed a debate on how some Muslim scholars consider inter-religious dialogue. While many approve of it as being a positive means of creating peace and ending conflicts, others reject it in under the present conditions of attacks on Islam.
The Korean hostages in Afghanistan violated their government’s recommendations not to go to Afghanistan and exploited the misery of poor people to convince them to change their religion and convert to Christianity. The author also blames the Azhar for its support of the group of missionaries.
The article reports on activities of the recent visit of a high-level Dutch delegation from Christian and Islamic institutions to Egypt. The delegation declared that they aimed at underlining the official and the public refusal of the anti-Islam film ’Fitna’ produced by a Dutch political leader.
The Grand Imam of the Azhar, Shaykh Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī, and Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria, as well as the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) Secretary General, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, attend the inaugural ceremony of the first Muslim-Christian dialogue conference under the auspices of...
The grand imam and sheikh of Azhar, Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi, and Pope Shenouda asked the Palestinian factions and the Palestinian people to unite in order to regain their stolen rights and have a free independent state. This statements were made during a visit Pope Shenouda made to the Azhar to...
The article reports on the statements of members of the Islamic Research Academy about the group of Muslims calling themselves the ‘Qur’anis’ who consider the Qur’ān to be the sole source of legislation in Islam and deny the authenticity of the Prophetic Sunnah.
Muḥammad Ḥijāzī’s conversion has sparked protests in both religious and social milieus; the issue has also affected the political situation. In a display of compassion for Ḥijāzī, a demonstration was held in Italy that called for greater respect of religious freedom in Egypt.
Muṣṭafá Bakrī, the author, regards attacks on Islam by some Western figures as a war against the religion, criticizing Arab officials for not adequately defending Islam. He therefore calls for a code of ethics to respect all religions.

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