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Najīb Mahfūz’s novels are full of religious symbols. Many religious notions have become moral ones through time, language and social traditions.
The review takes up the issue of the niqāb as Jack Straw, Leader of the House of Commons, called on Muslim women in Britain to take off their veils in workplaces, while in Egypt, the President of Hilwān University made a decision to prohibit all niqāb-wearing students from entering the...
The author of the article, Mustafá Bayyūmī, provides a literary analysis of some of Najīb Mahfūz’s works, highlighting the great writer’s allusions to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad in most of his writings.
Mustafa Bayyūmī analyses the images of God’s prophets used in the novels of Najīb Mahfūz.
Nassār ‘Abd Allāh refers to the new discoveries he has made after re-reading Najīb Mahfūz’s novel ‘Awlād Hāritnā.’
Subtitle: 1- The leader of the organization says, "When Dr. Yehia Ismael said that Hanafy was an apostate, we decided to kill him" 2- The one who was supposed to carry out the operation says, "The plan was to kill him with penknives. I have trained on how to do this in Nozha" 3- An official state...
The author criticises the fatwa declaring Dr. Hassan Hanafy to be an apostate and explains how Dr. Hanafy’s work was taken out of context, and twisted to imply that he opposed Islam.
According to Mustafá Rajab, Jamā‘ah Islamīyah has tried to change its radical position to more a social and democratic one. It has issued books and statements portraying its new philosophy, which is considered to be repentant for everything it has done in terms of violence against the...
The Egyptian prosecution calls the Brotherhood’s supreme guide for interrogation on a charge pressed against him by a lawyer for inciting murder of Arab leaders and sectarian sedition.
The author recounts that Walīd al- Husaynī claims to have been dismissed only because he did not want to adhere to the teachings of the Tablīgh and Da‘wa group.

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