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The author opposes the weak role that Ṭanṭāwī, Shaykh of the Azhar, plays in Egypt. He questions why the Shaykh has not been more outspoken in issues that are directly related to Muslims, such as the offensive Danish cartoons.
The article is based on an interview with an Emirati, Ahmad ‘Abd al-Karīm al-Jawharī, who claims that he owns a stone sculpture featuring the face of the Prophet Moses, and that it was carved 22,000 years B.C. He believes it indicates that the end of the world could come in ten minutes.
A Danish grant which amounts to 24 million pounds renews the crisis over the offensive cartoons which were offensive towards the Prophet Muhammad. Muslim Brotherhood members of parliament believe that accepting the grant designed to establish a new branch of Mubārak’s library in al-Zāwiyyah al-...
One year after the publication of the Danish depictions that were considered by most of the Islamic world to be offensive to the Prophet Muhammad, Islamic writer ‘Aliya Mālik, interviewed Fleming Rose, the editor-in-chief of the Danish paper. Rose discussed the repercussions that the cartoons had,...
Liberal thinkers Dr. Hala Mustafa and Dr.Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm , both believe reform is needed to transform Egypt into a democratic society
The Basilica of Saint Peter has recently seen the inauguration of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as Pope Benedict XVI, the 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City 16 days after the funeral of Pope John Paul II.
Egyptian intellectual Dr. Tarek Heggy talks about Egyptian culture, development of critical thinking and Muslim-Christian relations.
Egypt has won a seat in the UN Human Rights Council with unprecedented international support.
Mahmūd Samāhah writes about the recent attacks on ‘Amr Khālid and his style of preaching.
The authors stress that misguided media reporting often only serves to further tensions, particularly in cases of sectarian strife. They urge individuals to not only critically consider what is published, but if incorrect information is presented as factual evidence, to do something about it.


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