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‘Amr Fārūq writes about the role of women in the Muslim Brotherhood.
The article deals with the controversy in the Coptic communities over what is now claimed by some to allow the use of modern means of communication such as mobile phones and the internet in practicing the sacrament of confession, which is one of the seven sacraments of the church. The claim was...
The article deals with the idea of the call for nominating Pope Shenouda to the Nobel Prize and states that the call came from inside Egypt.
Scholars and preachers must be trained in a new religious discourse in order to attract the youth and face of the chaos of fatwás which Islamic religious satellite channels broadcast.
The differences in culture and faith enrich human experience and do not represent an obstacle in the way of reaching common understanding and fruitful cooperation.
Max Michel left for the U.S. seven months ago and rumors spread about his escape to avoid having his ID card withdrawn after the official court denial of his alleged status as the head of a church in Egypt.
Amīrah Khawāsik interviews Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib, president of the Azhar University.
October publishes a series of articles that included memories of an Egyptian member of al-Qā‘idah. AWR is only referring to the series.
The article comments on Islamic schools in The Netherlands, and recent attempts to shut these schools down.
Although both Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm and Dr. Jalāl Amīn share the same circumstances and won the love and respect of the Egyptians, the loyalty of each was directed differently. Ibrāhīm was discovered to be more loyal to America supporting its policy against his country Egypt. In contrast, Amīn...


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