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The Azhar Scholars Front has declared a trend of responding to Shaykh of the Azhar’s most controversial Fatwás.
The Community Council in Alexandria calls for two Azhar lecturers to be interrogated for offending Christianity.
‘Ulā Muṣṭafá ‘Āmir reports on the statements of Dr. Muḥammad Sayyid Ṭanṭāwī, the grand Imām of the Azhar, about his willingness to hold meetings with leaders of the Franciscan monastic order to discuss means of mutual cultural and human cooperation.
Robier al-Fāris interviews Rev. Dr. Tharwat Qādis, the first Egyptian pastor in the German Evangelical Church and professor of Dialogue at both the University of Frankfort and the Evangelical Theological Seminary, who spoke about his experience in inter-religious dialogue meetings.
Sunhī Mujāhid reviews a statement released by the currently-banned Azhar Scholars Front, in which the front asked the grand imām of the Azhar to put an end to the prolonged period of alienation between the Azhar and the front.
In the article, a parliamentary member has launched an inquiry into the Prime ministry for not curbing what he described as chaos of Fatwás on satellite channels as well as in state religious institutions.
The following text presents a number of the most popular Islamic Dā‘iyahs in the modern time.
The Egyptian press continues to focus on the health condition of the ailing head of the Coptic Orthodox Church who celebrated the 36th anniversary of his consecration in the See of Saint Mark.
The press review detects the ongoing discussions in Egyptian press on the chaos of Fatwás, especially the reactions to the recent Fatwá of the Egyptian Muftī Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah who refused to consider the Egyptian young men who drowned on the Italian cost to be martyrs.
The article gives a summary of a two-full-page article, in which the author claimed that Dr. Sayyid Muḥammad Ṭanṭāwī, Shaykh of the Azhar, had used his high religious position for pursuing personal interests.


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