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The Grand Imām of al-Azhar, the world's leading Sunni Islamic institution, extended condolences to the Iranian people following the tragic death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and other officials in a helicopter crash that took place this month.
Priest Mūsa Iskandar Saʿd of the Mār Jirjis Church in al-Sāḥil district, which is affiliated with the North Shubrā Churches Sector, sparked controversy in the Coptic community after doubting the story of Adam and Eve as it was mentioned in the Holy Book.
“Will non-Muslims enter heaven?” This question has ignited discussions on social media following remarks by Dr. ʿAlī Jumʿa, the former grand Muftī of Egypt and current chairman of the House of Representatives’ Religious Affairs Committee, during an episode of his TV program Nūr al-Dīn.
In a recent statement, media personality, Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā, remarked that the perspective offered to the West regarding the situation in the Gaza Strip has become pivotal in shaping global sympathy either towards the Israeli people or the Palestinian people. According to ʿĪsā, Western sympathy is...
Under the supervision of the church’s media and culture sector, the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt launched electronic services for people with hearing and speech problems.
Grand Muftī Shawqī ʿAllām said that some people think that freedom would mean that religions, divine books, prophets, and sanctities should be insulted and that these people would have no reservations about hurting the feelings of millions of Muslims – and even non-Muslims.
The Jordanian capital of Amman has hosted a five-day workshop for the training of fellowship on dialogue journalism, offered by the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Center for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID), an international government organization that seeks to bring...
The Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism (AOCE) has shown interest in women’s affairs and has established a department dedicated to answering women’s questions through a team of female muftīs who are well-versed in sharī ͑a rules and provisions.
For days, I have been following the crisis of the disappearance of the Coptic doctor, Sālī Nasīm, at Aswān Hospital in Kūm Umbū town.
Significant controversy was triggered by Maī ʿAbdullāh, a first-division student of the Faculty of Dentistry at Sinai University, after she posted through a leaflet on her personal account directing insults at the Prophet Muḥammad, and mocking heaven and the ḥijāb. In her post, Maī said: “I believe...


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