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Dr. Maḥmūd Ḥamdī Zaqzūq, the Egyptian minister of endowments, has issued a decision that bans the ministry’s religious counselors from wearing the Niqāb. Stating that the Niqāb is "a matter of custom and not faith," the minister argued that the appointment of Niqāb-wearing women as...
Australian Muftī Shaykh Tāj al-Dīn al-Hilālī’s comments to an Egyptian program, in which he said that Muslims are more Australian than the Anglo-Saxons, triggered the outrage of several politicians in Australia.
After four months of estrangement between the Azhar and the Vatican, the Vatican Ambassador in Cairo, Archbishop Michael Louis Fitzgerald visited Shaykh ‘Umar al-Dīb, chairman of the Permanent Committee for Inter-religious Dialogue, in his office at the Azhar headquarters.
After months of conflicts, the Abū Fānā crisis has been put to an end. The decisions taken by the reconcilliation committee were approved by the governmental institutions concerned and the cornerstone was put in place in the fence around the monastery.
Hishām Qāsim, member of the board of advisors for the Arab-West Report and one of the founding members of the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU), was chosen for the post of counselor for the World Association of Newspapers (WAN).
During his recent visit to Egypt, former prime minister of the Netherlands, Prof. Andreas Van Agt, has praised Egypt’s role in promoting interfaith and intercultural dialogue. He has also welcomed the efforts of the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) to bridge the gap between the Arab...
The European Union was divided over the US-led war in Iraq, but united against Hamās, the former prime minister of The Netherlands, Prof. Andreas Van Agt said yesterday in a lecture at the Cairo International Lions Club.
Al- Misrī al-Yawm followed up with the file of claimed corruption at the Ministry of Endowments in Egypt. The ministry denied accusations and al-Misrī al-Yawm provided evidence and proofs refuting the ministries defense.
Mu‘tazz al-Hādī presents an article by Graham Fuller that was published in the Foreign Policy magazine and questions if Islam had been replaced with Christianity in the Middle East, would the world would be more peaceful.
Muhammad ‘Abd al-Hādī discusses the history of religious conversion in Egypt.


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