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The article is based on an interview with the Islamic thinker Dr. Ahmad Subḥī Manṣūr, the godfather of Qur’ānis in Egypt.
The increasing phenomenon of Fatwás being issued by “satellite Shaykhs” is discussed. The author questions who has the authority to control these Fatwás, and why they issue is not being focused on.
Muhammad Shibl calls for the necessity to differentiate between the Qur’ān and prophetic hadīth in order to correct the image of Islam in the West.
Common misconceptions amongst Muslims are unfairly attributed to Islam. They exaggerate and go as far as forbidding things that were not forbidden by Allāh such as keeping dogs in their houses; using derivatives of pigs and wine and even blood transfusion.
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