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Muhammad Hassān, one of the most popular Muslim preachers not only in Egypt but all over the Islamic world, spoke to al-Maydān about a number of important issues.
Mulhim al-‘Isawī writes a feature about Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaraḍāwī. Al-‘Isawī investigates al-Qaradāwī’s relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, provides a brief biography and some of al-Qaraḍāwī’s most notable Fatwás, his attacks on the Azhar, and support for Ḥizb Allāh.
This article says that religious dialogue has turned into a source of income and that most of the shaykhs who travel abroad are not qualified for this mission.
In this interview, Dr. Yousuf al-Qaradāwī stresses the importance of the dialogue between religions and expresses his dissatisfaction with the current condition of the Azhar.
This press review tackles the issue of the crisis of the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by Jyllands-Posten and the support by a Jewish organization in the United States for the campaign to denounce the publication of the cartoons.
The article is an interview with Dr. Nasr Farid Wasel, the former Mufti of Egypt and member of the Islamic Research Institute, about the status of Muslims, and conditions in Iraq and Palestine.
Mulhim al-‘Isawī examines the phenomenon of modern Islamic preachers whom, he states, can be paid to give private religion lessons, or to lead prayers in customers’ houses.
Satellite TV channels are now playing a major role in increasing public awareness and disseminating Islamic culture.
Over 200 Muslim Brotherhood candidates will run for parliament in several Egyptian governorates, said Muslim Brotherhood’s Deputy Supreme Guide, Dr. Muhammad Habīb.
Many Muslim preachers are not qualified for their mission. They have forgotten that eloquence as well as keeping up with the times is most required in any preacher. Now, the question is, is there a real need for reforming religious establishments?


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