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A fatwá issued to Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah regarding smoking and if it annuls al-Iḥrām sparks controversy among scholars and the public alike.
Ramadān al-Baih states the criteria for a good, reliable muftī.
A recent fatwá by prominent Muslim intellectual Jamāl al-Bannā, stating that smoking does not spoil fasting has sparked massive controversy amongst Muslim scholars and clerics who described the fatwá as "totally irresponsible" and contrary to the teaching of Islam.
Zaynab ‘Abd Allāh writes about the latest controversial fatwá by Jamāl al- Bannā about smoking during fasting. She claims that the fatwá is only meant to distract people’s attention since there is nothing logic about it.
[Translator’s note: All Translation of verses from the Qur’an are taken from The Koran Interpreted, Arthur J. Arberry, Oxford University Press, 1964.] Dr. Abdel-Sabour Shahin stressed that the Azhar did not do an act of courtesy in its report on his book "My Father Adam". He declared his opposition...
Subtitle: In Western media, every Muslim is a terrorist or another Khomeini At the Al-Albeit University, north of the Jordanian capital Amman, scholars from 90 Islamic and Arabic universities gathered to discuss the challenges facing the Islamic world. One of the most important challenges discussed...
Fanatic doctors call for closed mindedness and stiffness. They claim to be religious but in reality they are not. The fanatics are trying to stop the development in the medical profession.
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