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The majority of Egyptian courts continued their work while other courts went on a strike in protest against the new constitutional declaration issued by President Muḥammad Mursī last week. [Author Not Mentioned, al-Ahrām, Nov. 25, p. 1] Read original text in Arabic  
  Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, welcomed Dr. Alī Jum‘ah (Dr.), Muftī of the republic of Egypt, to Lambeth Palace in the U.K., as they discussed various pertinent issues such as the situation in Egypt since the January 25 Revolution. The Archbishop expressed his appreciation of...
The grand imām of the Azhar and the archbishop of Canterbury call for collaboration between believers of heavenly regions to establish peace and justice in the world.
Drs. Hulsman introduces the number of articles in this issue that deal with the incidents surrounding the monastery of Abu Fana.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed that Christians in the Middle East are suffering as a result of being associated with British and U.S foreign policy.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyūmī states that religion has become an essential factor in political power and decisions all over the world.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s recent comments about the application of Sharī‘ah in Britain have created a massive wave of responses. Here one author who is a Muslim women discusses how Sharī‘ah still governs women and children in family law.
The article records the British reactions to the archbishop of Canterbury’s controversial statements. He called for introducing some of the principles of Sharī‘ah into the British legal system.
The controversial statements of the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams sparked contradictory reactions. While Western and Christian observers attacked him, Muslim thinkers and intellectuals hailed him as a wise just clergyman. The Egyptian media reacted more to the angry reactions than to the...
Furious reactions to Rowan Williams’ remarks about the inclusion of Islamic Sharī‘ah in the British legal system were detected from various spectrums in British society.


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