Muslim Statements

Top Sunni Mufti Stresses Stronger Muslim-Christian Ties

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Egyptian grand Mufti proposes the launch of Egyptian Family Home Commission in a move to handle the common issues of the Muslim and Christians. (Ahlul Bayt News Agency, 2011/01/04)

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Egyptian Muslims Plan to Form Human Shields to Protect Coptic Christians During the Upcoming Coptic Christmas Celebrations

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As announced by the Egyptian Minister of the Media, All Egyptian Media Outlets, both governmental & private, will suspend regular programming, throughout the Coptic Christmas Celebrations on January 6/7/2011.

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Love Between Muslims and Christians

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Words from the late Ayatollah Fadhlullah

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Islam, Israel and the United States

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Dr. Gomaa is the Grand Mufti of Egypt. Printed in The Wall Street Journal, October 08, 2009, page A15

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Statement from Egypt Grand Mufti

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After a previous statement that resulted in wide debate where he gave a verdict making its permissible to adhere to the Shiah Sect, the Grand Mufti of Egypt, Ali Juma’a, once again reiterated his verdict on the issue and repeated his view that there are no disagreements between the Shiah and Sunni sects. He further stated that the only difference is based on which source each sect derives its view from.

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Muhammad's Promise to Christians

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The document is not a modern human rights treaty but even thought it was penned in 628 A.D. it clearly protects the right to property, freedom of religion, freedom of work, and security of the person, says Muqtedar Khan.

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A Common Word between Us and You

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Muslims and Christians together make up well over half of the world’s population. Without peace and justice between these two religious communities, there can be no meaningful peace in the world. The future of the world depends on peace between Muslims and Christians.

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The Amman Message

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The Amman Message started as a detailed statement released the eve of the 27th of Ramadan 1425 AH / 9th November 2004 CE by H.M. King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein in Amman, Jordan. It sought to declare what Islam is and what it is not, and what actions represent it and what actions do not. Its goal was to clarify to the modern world the true nature of Islam and the nature of true Islam.

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