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An Azhari scholar, Al Shaḥāt ʿAzāzī, said that participation in the presidential, parliamentary, or any other kind of election, is considered to be an urgent priority as well as a duty from the perspective of sharīʿa. He stated that voting is concerned with the welfare of the nation, and pointed...
The dean of the Uṣul al-Dīn (Theology) College in al-Minūfīya province, Dr. Khālid ʿAbd al-ʿĀl, said Imām al-Sayīd al-Badawī has enriched Islamic Sufism, adding that the imām had dreamt of coming to Egypt three times.
Supervisor of the Hebrew language department at al-Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism, Dr. Wissām Ḥashād, said that the Zionist occupation is not stopping its systematic racist campaign to eliminate the Palestinian people, pointing out that the time of this war coincides with the olive...
Today (Saturday), the Israeli army bombed al-Azhar University in al-Mughrāqa in Gaza, in continuation of the crimes committed against the Palestinian people that began in early October and are still going on to this moment.
The former dean at the Faculty of Islamic Daʿwa (calls) at al-Azhar University, Dr. Ahmad Rabēʿ, said that the Arab-Zionist conflict at the present time is between the Arabs and a Zionist secular movement that relies on religion because it perceives that distancing itself from religion would have...
Queen Rānyā of Jordan accused Western leaders of having a ‘glaring double standard’, which is apparent in their failure to condemn the killing of Palestinian civilians who are victims of Israeli shelling in Gaza.
The world’s top Sunni Muslim institution, al-Azhar, called on Arab and Islamic governments to unite and stand firm against the “Western support for Zionists and their violation of the rights of innocent Palestinian civilians.” It also demanded an international investigation into “Israel's war ...
Al-Azhar hailed the “great people of Palestine and the Arab and Muslim nation, who won the honor of the shahāda (martyrdom) as steadfast defenders of their homeland and their cause — the Palestinian issue — to which they, we, and each and every human of integrity all over the world are devoted.”
Journalist Ashraf Ḥilmī, who lives in Australia, denounced the return of salafī preacher Abū Islām on his privately owned TV channel al-Umma. Ḥilmī says that Abū Islām aims to resume his “dirty” war on Christianity and practice his takfīr on all believers.
Qummus (Archpriest) ʿAbd al-Masīḥ Basīṭ of the Virgin Mary Church in Musṭurud said that Lord Jesus Christ did not made alcohol, but turned water into a wine that was not intoxicating.

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