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Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, assured that protecting tourists is a religious duty. 
Archaeologists have called Fayūm "Little Egypt" as it resembles ancient Egypt in its terrain.
Dr. Muḥammad Mukhtār al-Jumaʿa of the Ministry of Religious Endowments employed two imams who speak foreign languages during the past two years .
[Editor: Susan is a former full-time editor of Arab-West Report who has lived since February 2009 in Hurghada] Many sectors throughout Egypt suffered greatly as a result of the 2011 Revolution. Perhaps the hardest hit however, was the tourism industry. Beach towns that were in former years...
Shaykh Hamdī ‘Abd al-Fattāh is a unique personality in Egypt. Little known outside of his home region of Maghagha in Upper Egypt, he is a candidate for parliament running under the banner of the Salafi Nour Party. In and of itself, there is nothing unusual here – the Nour Party has searched for and...
Egyptian media has published abstracts from Imām’s book of revisions. The book was recently published to announce al-Jihād Islamic organization’s initiative to quell violence and lead interventions.
Growing fundamentalism has become terrorism and has targeted intellectual and political elite. The reasons for these developments and their consequences are mentioned in the following text.
Many hadīth were falsified over time. Islam is a religion that needs a renaissance to reveal its true image.
The author focuses in his column on statements by the Brotherhood chief in which he stated that tourists could drink liquor, provided that they did so inside hotels or their homes, and not in public.
Nādya Mutāwic says that three five-star hotels in the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh and four others in Cairo have prevented allowing veiled women entry, on the grounds that tourists feel less comfortable in their presence.


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