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Daily News Analysis

Saudi Grand Mufti issues Fatwa against pro-Gaza marches

Crescent International

Shawwal 07, 14352014-08-04

Far from supporting the Palestinians, the Saudi regime and its court ulama have opened their big guns against the people of Gaza. They have gone so far as to denounce any solidarity marches in favour of Palestinians. The Saudis are working hand-in-glove with the zionists to destroy Hamas.

Daily News Analysis

Shaykh el-Qaradawi resigns from Al-Azhar advisory body

Crescent International

Muharram 28, 14352013-12-02

Shaykh el-Qaradawi continues to grab headlines. His latest announcement about resigning from the advisory Committee of Ulama at Al-Azhar has been welcomed by most sincere Muslims. He resigned because he accused Al-Azhar and its shaykh of failing to condemn the military coup and its massacres of the Egyptian people. Muslims, however, have questioned el-Qaradawi's sectarian outbursts and his acceptance of patronage of the Qatari amir.

Special Reports

Muslim scholars address sectarianism

Tahir Mustafa

Jumada' al-Ula' 20, 14342013-04-01

Sectarianism has reared its ugly head, not because it is natural, but that there are forces deliberately trying to stoke fears. Muslim scholars in Malaysia have taken a bold stand against such machinations and called for proper understanding.

News & Analysis

The new breed of Hollywood imams

Salina Khan

Sha'ban 11, 14332012-07-01

I must be a bigger fuddy-duddy than I thought because I’m finding the rich-and-famous lifestyles of many religious scholars quite scandalous.

Special Reports

Is Turkey’s experiment sustainable over the long term?

Ahmet Aslan

Muharram 26, 14322011-01-01

The most important reason for the failure of Turkish Islamic intellectuals may be their detachment from their past/traditions, especially valuable Islamic knowledge of the Ottoman seminaries.

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