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Fūʾād Bilqāsimī, the national leader of the Islamist organization Sharia4Belgium and a Moroccan-Belgian, has chosen to take his case to the Belgian Supreme Court in protest of a ruling made by the Court of Appeal a few weeks prior, which sentenced Bilqāsimī to 12 years in prison and a fine of €30,...
A report by the Persian language unit at Al-Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism highlighted the struggles of female breadwinners in Afghanistan.
Before the armed forces intervened to restore security and stability, journalist Khālid Dāwūd, a former spokesman for the Salvation Front (Jabhat alʾinqādh), an opposition bloc during the rule of the al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Muslim Brotherhood), claimed that the Ikhwān had made unforgivable mistakes...
Aḥmad bin ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz Qaṭṭān, the kingdom’s permanent envoy to the Arab League and ambassador to Cairo, stated that King Salmān is emphasizing the value of promoting intercultural communication and a culture of peace, as demonstrated by his inaugural statement at the 4th Arab-Latin Summit in...
President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Shaykh Khalīfa bin Zāyīd Āl Nahyān, announced new legislation that will administer severe penalties and criminalize any act inciting religious hatred. 
Dr. Naẓīr ʿAyyād, Secretary-General of al-Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy, said al-Azhar praises the role played by the State of Qatar, along with other Arab countries, in supporting the Palestinian cause and condeming the massacres committed by the Zionist entity against innocent Palestinians,...
A former advisor of the Grand Imām of al-Azhar said that Islamic Ṣūfīsm protects young people from the “hazard of extremism,” adding that people have to be aware of the sound form of Ṣūfīsm, or Islamic mysticism.
Grand Muftī of Egypt, Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, said that the spread of violence and terrorism, both in the past and now, has not taken place because of religions, but rather because of deviation from sound religious teachings that call for coexistence, tolerance, and respect for diversity.
Dr. Osāma al-Azharī, the president’s advisor for religious affairs, said it was causing him and other pious Muslims significant discomfort to hear calls for recognizing only the Holy Qurʾān and denying the Sunnah, which is an established precept of Islam.
Writer and intellectual Yūsuf Zīdān announced that he has accepted an invitation to debate with Shaykh Osāma al-Azharī, a renowned scholar of al-Azhar and the president’s religious advisor.

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