Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa launched on its official page on Facebook a hashtag that reads “Birth Control is permissible,” to ensure that family planning and birth control methods are not religiously forbidden as some people think.
The fatwa was issued in a bid to curb and contain the spread of the virus, particularly in this winter season, in which the rate of coronavirus infection is likely to increase.
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb stated that he would express his vision regarding the new bill, which is seen unconstitutional by Al-Azhar.
The terrorist group is inciting riots, falsifying news to mislead the viewers, and broadcasting lies through its media channels abroad to undermine the efforts of the Egyptian state institutions.
The IS has recently called for donations through cryptocurrencies, said Dar al-Ifta's Observatory of Takfiri Fatwas and Extremist Views.
Awqaf Minister Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa said that 11 ministers and 50 muftis will be representing the religious institutions of their countries during a conference of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs that will be held here on January 19-20.
“Al-Qaeda committed terrorist acts in Somalia, Yemen, Mali and Algeria,” the statement read.