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Arguments are mounting over American researcher Dean Hamer’s recent book “The God Gene? that adopts a theory that each human being has a gene inside them responsible for the degree of their belief.
The article highlights the importance of the judiciary in Islam and how this is reflected in Islamic legislation.
Shaykh Tantāwī of the Azhar denied in an interview that the top Sunni Muslim institution is incapable of fulfilling its role, indicating that the Azhar is no longer sending a good number of teachers to Arab and Islamic countries purely for economic reasons.
The author opposes the growing presence of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in seminars and conferences as he believes they are exploiting such gatherings for their own interests.
The article reports on disputes among the Muslim Brotherhood over its stance towards the judges’ crisis and the idea of establishing a political party.
The article focuses on the referral of Sawt al-Umma journalists to the criminal court over accusations that they slandered judges by publishing a so-called black list of judges involved in rigging the last parliamentary elections.
The review highlights the Muslim Brotherhood’s position during the judges crisis that has recently gripped the nation, amidst accusations that the outlawed group is trying to take advantage of the crisis to escalate its confrontation with the regime.
In his article, Ahmad Ayyoub discusses the upcoming session of the judges trial, the surrounding circumstances and the possible scenarios of the trial.
Thousands of Egyptian riot police were deployed in central Cairo Thursday in an attempt to quell demonstrations and disperse opposition supporters, who took to the streets in support of the judges’ demands for the independence of the judiciary. Demonstrators were beaten up, streets and metro...
The author is disappointed at the second report of the National Council for Human Rights’ (NCHR) on human rights issues in Egypt, stating that the calm, complacent tone of the report aroused wide distrust, and that the council has begun to lean towards the government’s inclinations.


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