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Zainab Abd al-Allāh comments on an article that promoted the marriage of Muslim women to Christian males. She cites the views of some Muslim scholars on this issue.
Charles Fū’ād al-Misrī interviewed Dr. Aḥmad Subḥī Manṣūr, head of the Qur’ānists group, on his life and activities in the U.S. as well as his some decade-old conflict with the Azhar.
Tal‘at Radwān summarizes the recent debate on reforming religious discourse organized by the Cairo Centre for Human Rights.
Several Muslim scholars agree on that Muslim women are not allowed to marry non-Muslim men, despite Sudanese leader Hasan al-Turābī’s controversial statements allowing Muslim women to marry Jewish or Christian men.
The writer discusses with the Mufti of Eritrea the issue of Muslim-non-Muslim relations [Editor: Eritrea is about 50% Muslim and 50% Christian, relations between Muslims and Christians in the country are generally very good].
Sheikh Al-Zindani clarifies the issue of “marriage friend” basing on very important aspects of lawful marriage.
The writer gives an overview of a book titled: [Objective views on the fatwa of a wife becoming a Muslim unlike her husband… Should they be separated?] The book is written by Islamic intellectual Dr. Abdel ‘Azim Al-Mata´ni. He refuses the fatwa of Sheikh Al-Qaradawi that allows a woman who...
Reforming the religious discourse is a must. Reforming Islamic jurisprudence requires interpretation based on reason not the text, and modernization not traditional ways, so that jurisprudents and Islamic scholars can find in Islam new rules and modern principles to motivate the reason and inspire...
Muslims are not allowed to marry polytheists and atheists. The only requirement for marrying Kitabi [Christian and Jewish] women is they be virtuous. If the woman’s background is not virtuous, then a Muslim cannot marry her, for she would have two wrongs, a strayed religion, and lack of virtues. A...
Shebl says the series of "Awan Al-Ward" led to discussions that Egyptians were in dire need of. Before the disaster of 1967 [in reference to the defeat of the six day war], there were no discussions about the relationship between Muslims and Christians. People were dealing with their companions on...
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