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Dr. Sayyid al -Qimnī comments on President Obama’s speech at Cairo University and the new American strategy in dealing with the Arabic and Islamic reality.
Dr. ‘Amārah presents the statements of Christian and Western figures about the tolerance of Islam and the great values of Muslims.
Dr. Al-Qimnī criticizes Islamic theocracy and argues that the so-called Islamic state does not exist out of the state of the Shahābah. Then it was an Arab state whose religion was Islam. He criticizes what was done under that state and calls to separate Islam from the state.
Dr. Sayyid al-Qimnī criticizes those who unrealistically demand the outright application of Sharī‘ah without taking into account the realities of the modern world.
Sayyid al-Qimnī argues that the concept of shūrá in Islam is different from contemporary democracy and says that Islamists try to prove that democracy existed in the Islamic culture to cope with the world’s new power, the United States.
The author bemoans restrictions imposed on the freedom of press and discusses the cancellation of the license of Ibdā‘ magazine.
The author highlights a book entitled ’The Parting of the Sea’ that made a breakthrough in the historic information about Jews exodus from Egypt.
A number of critics have commented on Yūsuf Zaydān’s controversial ‘Azāzīl and highlighted the difference between artistic and historical arguments.
The recent Bahā’ī jubilation following the Supreme Administrative Court ruling on March 16, 2009 which allows them to leave the religion box empty in their ID cards has been marred by an unprecedented sectarian attack against Bahā’ī’s houses in the Upper Egyptian village of al– Shūrānīyah in Sohag.
Dr Sayyid al-Qimnī comments on the idea that democratic elections are the same as Islamic bay‘ah [Bay‘ah in Islamic terminology is an oath of allegiance to a leader.]


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