The founder of the Haqqani militant network has died after several years of illness, the Afghan Taliban has announced. Jalaluddin Haqqani was an Afghan, learned the Arabic language by bin La... Read more
Lost in the Storm Wayne Dailey sat in a waiting area at a Houston hospital, anxious for word about his wife. He and his sister stared at the television to distract themselves. It was Wednesd... Read more
Nahla Abdel-Monem It was Sufi guru Hazart Inayat Khan, who freed Sufism from textual fetters and restrictions. Khan’s success in this respect was his guidebook to the Sufism in Western commu... Read more
Prominent Kuwaiti newspapers on Monday highlighted President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s statements at the conclusion of the two-day National Youth Conference, which was held at Cairo Unive... Read more
Sheikh Ali Abdel Raziq was one of the significant Arab Muslim scholars, and jurist at Al-Azhar. His name is Ali Hassan Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Raziq, was born in 1888 to a well-off family in Min... Read more
Nabil al-Nasseri is a student of al-Qaradawi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and the editor-in-chief of the ‘Qatar observatoire’ website in Paris. The scandals unfold day aft... Read more
Following the violence that erupted in the Iranian city of Mashhad on Dec. 28, 2017, to protest the country’s economic woes, Supreme Leader of Iran, 78-year-old Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, adopt... Read more
Shaimaa Hefzi Pierre Vogel became known as the “Islamic conqueror of Germany” after he left boxing, converted to Islam and started calling on fellow Germans to follow in his foot... Read more
By Mostafa Hamza Ahmed Ibn Abdel HaliIbn Abdel Salam El-Nemeiry known as Ibn Taymiyyah is considered as a character which is disputed by all the Islamic groups and streams as each faction... Read more
He permits iftar on demonstrations, and calls for bombing homes and killing judges Hoor Sameh Akram Kassab, a member of the Association of Muslim Scholars, which is labeled as a terrorist or... Read more
Doaa Imam The most prominent reference to the status of the Copts in the policy of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (1928) Hassan al-Banna (1906-1949), can be the “diaries of the... Read more
By: Walid Mansour Madkhalism was introduced in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War, when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1991. The Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia, sought the help of th... Read more
The dominion of Allah as a concept was coined out by Khawarij, a group of people who rebelled against the rule of the fourth Caliph, Ali; they forced him to accept the Arbitration, with his... Read more
With his close contacts with the West, businessman and member of the banned Muslim Brotherhood Youssef Nada has sought to internationally market that the group aa pro- against the western co... Read more
Hisham al-Ashmawy is a sacked commando officer who became the most wanted militant for Egypt’s security and military agencies. Following the downfall of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in Ju... Read more
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