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Shaykh Muhammad Abd al- Raziq, deputy of the ministry of Endowments for Mosque Affairs, announced the suspension of the protocol signed by the ministry and the Da’wah al- Salafia pertaining to giving sermons in mosques. 
Shaykh Muhammad Abd al- Rāziq, Deputy of the Minister of Endowments, stated that the Ministry has received the confirmation of the Ministry of Justice on their request to grant the right of judicial arrest to the inspectors, heads of department of the Ministry of Endowments. 
The Ministry of Endowments announced that only 3,300 mosques nationwide would be participating in the religious tradition of i’tikāf this year. Sheikh Muhamad ‘Abd al-Rāziq, head of the religious sector of the Ministry of Endowments, issued a strong warning to whoever tries to violate the rules and...
Dr. Muhammad ‘Abd al- Rāzziq, the Head of the Religious Sector stated that six non-Azharite preachers were licensed to give sermons. 
An anonymous source from the Da’wah stated that the there is a feeling of anger among the youth of the Da’wah al- Salafiah and the Nūr Party against the Ministry of Endowments.
Ahmad Turk, head of research and dā’wah at the Ministry of Endowments guaranteed that any speculation about mosque closures throughout the holy month of Ramadan is not true. All mosques will remain open and welcome to worshippers throughout the month. 
Shaykh Muhammad ‘Abd al- Rāziq, the head of the religious sector in the Ministry of Endowments stated that the Ministry will hold examinations and interviews to all of those who applied from the Da’wah al- Salafiah.
After having temporarily calmed down, relations between the Ministry of Endowments and the Salafīs have ignited once again, this time regarding i’itikāf. Sheikh Muhamad ‘abd el-Rāzik, representative of the Ministry of Endowments for Quranic and Mosque matters, stated, “i’itikaaf is a tradition that...
 The Ministry of Endowments, yesterday, filed 18 complaints against the Shaykh of al- Da’wah al- Salafiah, and Muslim Brotherhood preachers in Alexandria, Beheira and Minya due to giving sermons without having a license to do so.
Shaykh Muhammad ‘Abd al- Rāzziq, Deputy of the Ministry of Endowments, stated that monitoring the Friday sermon will be of critical importance in the history of the Ministry. 


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