President Sisi said that Egyptian religious institutions are exerting great efforts to enhance the interreligious dialogue among the followers of all divine religions and promoting the awareness of common human values.
The veil of women is obligatory in Islam and a woman's modesty is a virtue that was called by all divine religions, the center said.
"A number of scholars accompanied by technically trained staff will be in charge of showing the content to the attendees, lecturing them and answering their questions," said the Grand Mufti.
The Grand Mufti praised the Saudi Council of Senior Scholars (CSS)’ decision of labeling the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam.
Azhar-affiliated observatory described the Belgian authorities’ swift response as a "positive step towards eliminating hate speech and eradicating root causes of terrorism and violence".
An old video of a stand up comedian making fun of the radio veterans at al-Quran al-Karim station that dates back to January resurfaced on social media, sparking outrage.
Tattoos with indelible ink are unanimously forbidden, he said.
Egypt's Dar al-Iftaa calls on international parliaments and governments to urgently pass laws criminalizing abuse to religious symbols and sanctities.
“Birth control is a legitimate matter in Islam. It is necessary nowadays," he said.
The President stated that it is necessary for the imams to study humanities and new Da‘wah methods within these programs so as to hone their communication skills.
An investigation has been launched into the incident.
Since March 21, 2020, churches have been closed as a protective measure against the spread of COVID-19.
The only body authorized to print and publish the bibles is the Bible Society of Egypt.
On that day the Egyptian people foiled a conspiracy against the homeland and its national security that was plotted by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group, he said.
In his cable to El Tayyeb, the pontiff praised El Tayyeb's efforts to disseminate the spirit of amity, tolerance and coexistence, said the statement.
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb called for honoring the dead via accelerating their burial.
“It is impermissible for anyone to deprive any human of this divine right of burial,” the Fatwa says.
The monks will continue holding the mass with one of the servants in the absence of churchgoers, according to a statement issued by the church on Friday.
The violation of the decision of suspension is religiously considered a “sin” that requires accountability.
In press statements, Halim dismissed as groundless the reports circulated on social media websites about arrangements made for the prayers.