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Dr. Usāma al-ʿAbd, Chairman of the Religious Affairs and Endowments Committee in the House of Representatives, received on Monday morning, Dr. Per Axel Frelenksdorf, Deputy Ambassador at the Embassy of Sweden in Cairo, and Joachim Bergström, special envoy of the Organization of Islamic...
According to an eyewitness, a car bombing took place on Monday near a church in Sri Lanka as the bomb disposal squad was trying to deactivate a bomb.   
Skriptwriter Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā and director Hādī al-Bāgūrī have taken up the issue of the hijab and the fact of whether women are free to choose to wear it or not in the new film dubbed ‘Al-Ḍayf’ (the Guest) Religious sources affiliated with al-Azhar refused to comment on the film, considering that the...
MP of Egypt’s House of Representatives Khālid Mashhūr, praised the campaign with the theme ‘Āshirāhunna bi-l-m’arūf’ (and live with them [women] honorably) launched by al-Azhar. He said that the campaign was a shift in al-Azhar’s role, which is no longer limited to performing call within the...
The Egyptian Christian young man Mīna ʿĀṭif adored the singer Shaykh Naqshabandī, and excelled in repeating his Islamic supplications, in particular the poems Mawlāyī innī bi bābak (‘My Lord, I am at your door’) and ‘Yak rabb inna aẓumat dhunūbī kathra’ (‘O Lord, great is the number of my sins’)....
Today, Muslims in European countries are no longer finding it difficult to get food prepared in accordance with Islamic law. Some restaurants, most of which are Turkish, label their meat dishes as 100% Ḥalāl, raising many questions about the credibility and significance of this percentage. Although...
The author gives an account of the life of Shaykh Muhammad Mitwallī al-Sha`rāwī, an Egyptian prominent Islamic scholar who preached and interpreted Qur’ān in an eloquent yet simple language that made him enjoy widespread popularity among Muslims throughout the Arab world. Shaykh Sha`rāwī was born...
“Prophet Muhammad coexisted with Jews, Christians and other groups in Mecca and Islam recognizes different faiths and encourages freedom of belief, because God is He who will judge people,”
The Observatory of Islamophobia of the Egyptian House of Fatwa warned of the danger of the influence of the Islamic political mainstream on the situation of Muslims in Germany.  The Observatory warned that the influence of such groups could provoke fear and panic among Muslims in the German society...
The World Association for Al-Azhar Graduates (WAAG) branches have expressed their outrage over the horrific attacks on Egyptian Christians, describing the perpetrators “a group of criminal gangs who mendaciously label themselves Muslims.”

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