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‘Arif al-Dubays writes about the contradictory decisions of the grand imām at the Azhar.
‘Arif al-Dubays comments on Ṭanṭāwī’s contradictory decisions.
Dr. Muhammad Salīm al-‘Awwā, the secretary general of the International Muslim Scholars’ League criticizes the random fatwás and promises a strong resistance to Christianization.
Jamāl As‘ad discusses the constitutional amendments and how they would put an end to the concept of the religious state.
Amāl Mu‘awad writes about the Azhar Committee for Dialogue among Religions.
Vatican sources announced yesterday that the expected meeting between the Shaykh of the Azhar and Vatican pope has been cancelled.
Egyptian intellectuals respond to an offensive cartoon depicting the grand imām of the Azhar dressed in papal robes with a cross in his hand published by an independent newspaper as a sign of protest to his potential visit to the Vatican.
The visit of the shaykh of the Azhar to the Vatican has been postponed. The article questions why the visit has been delayed and highlights the Egyptian media’s portrayal of the upcoming meeting.
The shaykh of the Azhar asserted that he did not send any letters asking Pope Benedict to apologize for his remarks during a speech in Germany, and indicated that he could not judge Pope Benedict because the pope said that he did not mean to be offensive.
Following the publication of ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ the ‘Lost Tomb of Jesus’ provoked further uproar among Christians. The documentary, realized by a Jewish director, is rejected by the church in Egypt and described as a conspiracy to destroy the church and Christianity.


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