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2010-4-8
A WIDELY popular Islamic website has been, until very recently, an undisputed success story. IslamOnline arrived at a time that millions of Muslims needed a common platform and a unifying outlet...

by: Dr. Abdel-Fattah Mady 2010-2-28
The decision of Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to join Egypt's opposition constitutes an essential push for the efforts of democratic change in the country...

by: Essam Tellima 2010-2-2
I sought to tackle an important aspect in the life of the martyred Hassan al-Banna, a great man, who adhered to the doctrine of Allah in a combination of theory and practice...

2010-1-22
The French expert ANNE GIUDICELLI stressed that the recent failed operation carried out by the Nigerian Farouq Abdel Motaleb demonstrates a new strategy of the network that would extract it from the traditional and historical Arab region, which was represented in preferring the Arab element to others in Al-Qaeda...

by: Dr. Muhammad Abdul-Bari 2010-1-22
At a time when the world sank to its lowest, oppression and tyranny exceeded all limits, human beings were enslaved by arrogant kings and emperors, and women lost their human dignity on earth, a night in the month of Ramadan was destined to determine the course of human history from then on...

by: Salah Edden Hassan 2010-1-4
"With the unity and purity of hearts we will achieve victory and will get rewarded Insha'Allah”...

2009-12-24
CAIRO – Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, the country’s largest opposition group, elected Monday, December 21, a new executive body dominated by conservatives, a move seen as a coup d’etat against the reformist camp inside the movement...

by: Eman Abd almonem 2009-12-22
December 14, 2009 marks 10 years of detention for Eng. Khairat Al-Shater, second Deputy Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood group over different periods of time in Egyptian prisons; his punishment for belonging to the "banned" MB...

by: Rashid Al-Ghannoushi 2009-12-11
Till our present day, there are still some Islamic groups that consider democracy to be un-Islamic, and maintain the hatred of freedom as their tradition. They argue that 'there is no freedom in Islam' and claim that freedom is restricted by the rulings of Shari`ah (Islamic Law)...

by: Dina Rabie 2009-12-8
Afifa Ammar’s face turned livid when she heard the conversation between the driver and one of the passengers sitting next to her about the congregation of Muslim worshipers for eid prayer less than two weeks ago...

2009-12-7
Back to Religion editor conducts an interview with Kamran Pasha, writer and filmmaker, on religion and its relation with media...

2009-12-7
Dear scholars, as-salamu `alaykum. Are violence and extremism Islamic phenomena? How would you explain the phenomenon of violence in general? Jazakum Allah khayran...

by: Jean-François Mayer 2009-12-7
In part 1 of this series, Mr. Mayer (on behalf of Religioscope) explains what a popular initiative is and makes some initial observations on the acceptance of the ban on minarets...

2009-12-2
One of only four minarets in Switzerland, on a Muslim centre in Wangen bei Olten. Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP..

by: Husam Tammam 2009-12-2
In his recently published book Les Minarets de la Discorde. Eclairages sur un Débat Suisse et Européen, which discusses the controversy around minarets in Switzerland, Dr. Patrick Haenni gives an overview of the current debates on Islam in the West..

by: Rev. Markus Sahli 2009-12-2
Muslims around the world await the coming 29th of November on which Switzerland will vote on an initiative to ban the construction of minarets...

2009-12-2
The problem in Switzerland is that the relation with religions is organized constitutionally at the level of the "cantons" (States). In other words, any demand should be addressed locally. The result is that any demand takes a long time to be resolved, such as the issue of special places for cemetaries, because the responses are always local as well...

2009-12-2
In his recently published book, Les Minarets de la Discorde. Eclairages sur un Débat Suisse et Européen, which discusses the controversy around minarets in Switzerland, Dr. Patrick Haenni gives an overview of the current debates on Islam in the West. European Muslims Section presents this book to IOL readers through Mr. Husam Tammam’s two-part introduction...

2009-12-2
There is no doubt that the two-year-old anti-minaret Swiss initiative has raised many reactions worldwide, some of which are even undetermined yet...

by: IOL Staff 2009-12-2
The influential Foreign Policy magazine has issued a list of the "100 Top Global Thinkers," reserving ten places for Muslim professors, scholars, politicians, bankers and journalists...

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