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Pope Tawāḍrūs II of the Coptic Orthodox Church expressed solidarity with and prayers for Morocco and Libya where devastating natural disasters have left people killed or wounded. He praised Egypt’s stance, which was supportive of “the brothers in this predicament.”
Lebanon’s Supreme Islamic Sharīʿa Council extended the tenure of Grand Muftī Shaykh ʿAbd al-Laṭīf Diryān for an additional five years. His term was supposed to expire in one and a half years, which is when he reaches the legal age of 73, but this extension has allowed him to stay in his post until...
The Muslim Council of Elders, chaired by Grand Imām of al-Azhar, Dr. Aḥmad al-Ṭayyīb, rejected the desecration of copies of the Holy Qurʾān by “some extremists” and the following assaults on churches in Pakistan, also by “some extremists.”
Christians in Egypt celebrated the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, ending in a fast of 15 days, as churches held prayers for two weeks in morning masses.
New York Mayor, Eric Adams, officially announced that Muslims can now broadcast the adhān (calls to prayer) in the city through loudspeakers on Fridays and at sunset during the holy month of Ramadan, without having to seek permission from the city's local authorities.
Islamic preacher Muʿiz Masʿūd said he did not like to think about any type of fame, except the one with sublime principles and ethics, adding that fame has offered him an opportunity for Ṣūfī mysticism.
Egypt’s ambassador to Germany, Amīn Ḥassān, attended the funerary prayers for Anbā Mīshāʾīl, Bishop of South Germany and Abbot of St. Antonius Monastery of the Coptic Orthodox Church, in Kröffelbach.
More than 80 houses owned by Christians and 19 churches have been damaged in acts of riot in Pakistan, as announced by the Pakistani police on Friday (August 18) according to Al Arabiya news channel.
The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is convening an urgent session on July 11, 2023, during its 53rd ordinary session in Geneva.
Prince of Believers, King Moḥammed VI of Morocco, said that scholars are required to have a positive influence on people by focusing on the privileges of moderation and discrediting the negative impacts that “ignorant extremists” can have on the minds of the vulnerable.  


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