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Rose Al-Youssef´s special file for this week covers many different subjects: Terrorists and Islamists living in Britain, Sheikh Amr Khaled´s way of preaching, Islam and politics, the role men of religion can play to build up societies and the issue of hijab in Islam.
The book of "The hejab between the confusion of women and the controversy of scholars" is the first book written by a woman on the issue of the hejab in Islam. The author shed light on the hejab throughout history to let her readers conclude whether it is really an Islamic requirement or not.
When a well-known da´iya [preacher] and a repented artist meet, this means that they are doing business. There must be an agreement between them to present satellite programs or record a tape containing some preaching by the da´iya, as a way of making money.
The article gives the opinions of some Muslim scholars and thinkers on the issue of inter-religious dialogue. Some of them believe the dialogue to be important and necessary, if it aims at promoting the shared values between religions. Others believe it to be a crime and a waste of time, especially...
Hassan Al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, introduced Islam as a way of living and gave rise to the Islamic missionary activity. He was not a leader but a da´iya. He was a pedagogue to a wide group of people. In these two facts lies the greatness of Al-Banna.
Some of the retired actors preferred to stay in the artistic field by discussing issues related to how to produce morally decent acting and the necessity of producing Islamic artistic works. Others moved to the business field and came to be connected to some sheikhs such as Amr Khaled.
Amr Khaled has appeared again in the field of da´wa, although the ministry of Awqaf declared that he is not qualified and does not have a permit to work as a da´iya. He chose a number of public mosques and other mosques under construction to restart his activities. The article gives the opinions of...
A female Muslim dā‘īya has said in an interview that women should not wear make-up or perfume except inside their homes with their husbands.
Muslim cleric Mustafa Kāmil, otherwise known as Abu Hamza al-Misrī, was sentenced by the Old Bailey Tuesday to seven years in jail after being found guilty of soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred during sermons to his followers.
Ibrāhim ‘Abd al-Shahīd Sidhum was sentenced to death over the alleged murder of his wife and a microbus driver after his reported voluntarily conversion to Islam. Three years after the verdict had been given, and a few weeks before the implementation of the death penalty, a video was found showing...


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