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The writer presents famous examples of successful Egyptian women in the diplomatic corps who played great roles in the political and diplomatic fields.
The author of Rose al-Yūsuf presents samples of what she calls “random weird fatwás” that spoil Muslims’ lives. Football is ḥarām, a woman sitting on a chair is adultery, and learning English is an ugly identification with West, the “enemy of the Islamic Nation!”
Western governments are initiating local institutions for training and qualifying imāms in a way that meets the Western contexts in which they live and preach.
The US administration played a vital role in supporting terrorist groups financially and militarily in order to use them as a sword against its enemies, the sword rebound upon the heart of the United States in the events of September 11.
A new craze, allegedly started by al-Jamā‘āt al-Islāmiyya, has swept the beaches of al-‘Ajamī [al-‘Agamī] this year. Posters have appeared calling on the summer vacationers to enjoy themselves whilst behaving in an Islamic way, lowering their gazes and remembering their prayers.
Some American newspapers are relentlessly waging an attack on Egypt for no reason. The Washington Post is one of the loudest voices criticizing the Egyptian government.
Nāhid ‘Izzat writes that while some Muslims are being attacked in the West, some objective officials and writers are doing their best to correct the Western false perceptions about Islam, and in Austria, it has even been decided to allow the Adhān [call to prayer] inside the parliament building.
In Denmark, the Prime Minister has defended the right to freedom of speech in relation to cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, the UK clamps down on terrorism, and a German prison celebrates Ramadān.
The filmmaker of a film that criticizes violence against women in Islamic societies was shot dead by a 26-year-old Muslim man who is a dual national of Morocco and Holland. Theo Van Gogh has raised much controversy with his articles and films that express his controversial opinions about Islam...
The formation of the new Egyptian National Council for Human rights was declared recently. The article sheds light on the achievements of similar councils and committees in Bahrain, Morocco, Jordan and India.


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