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Āmīnah Wadūd; an African-American woman who was raised as a Christian by her father, a Methodist minister, converted to Islam in 1972. Āmīnah Wadūd is widely known for her strong engagement in Islamic feminism and along with other Islamic feminists, Wadūd fights for women’s complete and equal...
On December 2-3 2009, a de-radicalization Conference was held at the Golden Tulip Flamenco Hotel. The conference was hosted by the Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute. One of the presenters at the conference was Hosam Tamam, who works for IslamOnline. Tamam spoke on 'Muslim Intellectuals and de-...
 An article focussing on the confusion over the future of moderate Islamic website IslamOnline.
The article deals with the position of religion in Egyptian society. The author argues that the three recent incidents of the appointment of the new Grand Imām of al-Azhar, the crisis of “Islamonline,” and the sectarian tension in Matrūh, reflect the importance of religion.
This article reports on the statement issued by the journalists of “Islamonline” in which they declare they are not responsible for the material published on the website during the period of their sit-in, accusing the Qatarī administration of ruining the website.
This article sheds light on the close relationship between the media and citizenship. The author reflects on the viewpoints of a number of significant characters concerning citizenship.
Al-Dustūr features Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī and writes about his life and ideas.
Understanding the other is about finding similarities and differences, not about compromising our own views, states Father Samīr Khalīl. He also believes that the ENAWU project could be expanded in both its scope and influence and comments on the role of the media in promoting dialogue and unbiased...
The article comments on a report that appeared on the Islam Online website in which the grand imām of the Azhar, Dr. Muhammad Sayyīd Tantāwī emphasizes the importance of not granting Bahā’īs official legitimacy by recognizing their religion on their personal identification papers.
Dr. Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī believes that the Muslim Brotherhood needs to revise its educational methodology.


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