Islamic website staff hold Cairo sit-in

300 reporters for Islam Online accuse Qatari management of seeking editorial control.

Deena Khalil: IslamOnline was more than a job

I’ve only been working here for 4 months, but I’ve grown so attached to this place. I’m trying to fathom what it means to work somewhere for 5, 7, and

Islam Online in crisis as administration threatens to fire journalists

Some 250 employees of the Arabic-English news website Islam Online stood in protest this afternoon in Cairo, demanding their voices be heard by the new administration.

An eloquent representative of Islam.

With the death of Dr Ezzeddin Ibrahim Mustafa, the Muslim world has lost an acknowledged Islamic scholar. Born and brought up in Egypt he joined the Muslim Brotherhood Movement soon

Qaradawi: Islam is a religion of tolerance, patience, forbearance and peace.

The recent violent attacks against Christians in Muslim countries, claiming that most of these attacks were mainly due to “ignorance rather than intolerance” on the part of Muslims.

Qaradawi slams Abbas

Accused of treason by one of Islam's greatest living scholars, Palestinian President Abbas is rocked and on the defensive.

The Qaradawi Index

Yusuf al-Qaradawi is in the news these days, denounced on a daily basis on Saudi, Palestinian and Egyptian op-ed pages, forums and TV over his stances on Gaza, on Hamas

Muslim Brotherhood MP’s attend 7th Annual Jerusalem Conference.

The seventh annual conference on Jerusalem will be held in the Lebanese capital, Beirut from January 13- 14, 2010. Approximately 24 members of the Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary bloc will participate

How to Emancipate Muslim States from the Plague of Autocracy and Despotism?

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

Qaradawi: Today banning of Minarets and tomorrow banning of Mosques.

Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, chairman of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, expressed his regret and chagrin with the results of the referendum on the banning of minarets in Switzerland.