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Background: The recording included questions regarding how Muslims should treat Jews and Christians. Dr. ʿAbd al-Muʿṭī Bayūmī,  member of the Islamic Research Academy in Egypt and a professor at Al Azhar University responded to the questions. Side B: Dr. ʿAbd al-Muʿṭī Bāyūmī talked about the idea...
Preliminary results from the first round of parliamentary elections suggested that the electoral coalition 'For the Love of Egypt' ('Fī Hob Misr') has made sweeping gains, with Al-Nūr Party far behind in second place.
Does the holy month of Ramadān differ this year from previous years?!This is a question one of my old friends asked me. When I inquired about the reason for asking the question in this way, he answered that he feels that the features and ‘flavor’ of Ramadan have changed as other things have changed...
 AWR obtained the original text of the Azhar documents for Freedom. Please find it below.
Al-Sammāk says that the Prophet Muhammad’s pledge to accept the Najrān Christians into society was not limited to the Najrān Christians in particular, but to Christians everywhere throughout time. He also said that every single Muslim throughout history is bound to this pledge. Key Words: Prophet...
The founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hasan al-Bannā, stressed the importance of national unity among Muslims and Copts in Egyptian society. He pointed out in his messages to Copts that this is a basic principle of Islam as well. 
The author reviews the three volume selected works of Tarek Heggy, the liberal Egyptian political thinker and international petroleum strategist.
This article critiques the hold that religious institutions have over Egyptians and argues that they are an obstacle to the creation of a cohesive Egyptian identity.
Drs. Hulsman and Dr. Burslem provide a detailed report on Muslim-Christian relations based on a review of Dr. Hugh Goddard’s book, commenting on a number of issues including Western perceptions, mis-interpretations, and examples of recent incidents involving Muslims and Christians.
Two truths mentioned in the Qur’an that form Islam’s stand towards other religions. First, there is an objective unity between Islam and other revealed religions. Second, the Qur’an does not mention any religion, whether revealed or not, in a negative way.


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