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يسعى المركز إلى ترجمة أبحاث علمية مفتاحية في المجالات المعرفية المختلفة، وذلك من اللغة العربية إلى الإنجليزية، لإتاحتها لغير الناطقين باللغة العربية.

Amin Al-Khuli and The Fundamentals of Modernist Hermeneutics

د. شريف عبد الرحمن سيف النصر

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Revised by: Prof. Neamat Mashhour

Amin Al-Khuli, a prominent Muslim scholar, is one of the pioneers who called for a literary approach to the Quran without depending on any other considerations, and definitely, any religious consideration.

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A Critique of the Issue of Abrogation in Revelation

Ms. Gamila Tilout

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Revised by: Prof. Neamat Mashhour

Abrogation (Arabic: Naskh) is one of the mechanisms of understanding the Islamic Discourse in case of (apparent) contradiction among Divine texts, at which it is connectedly through exegetical writings. Abrogation is studied through more than one cognitive field.

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From Nikah to Marriage: Towards a Social Definition of Marriage from an Islamic Jurisprudence Perspective

Prof. Amany Saleh

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Revised by: Prof: Neamat Mashhour

The issue of reformation is considered to be one of the collective and individual obligatory acts upon Muslims anytime and everywhere. Reformation can be applied to all the humanitarian structures; whether the social and political and even cognitive, cultural and moral structures.

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That you may know one another”: A Cognitive Vision

By: Dr. Yahia Reda Jaad

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

O mankind, indeed We have created you from a single (pair) of a male and female, and made you into people and tribes that you may know one another… (Al-Hujuraat (The Private Chambers): 13

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Al-Muḥaddithāt in the Islamic History

By: Prof. Omaima Abou-Bakr

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Did women work during the early Islamic centuries in the field of religious teaching, following the footsteps of the contemporary scholars and jurists? Did they taught students, males and females, and transmitted to them a beneficial knowledge?

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Female Physicians and Medical Profession in the Islamic History

BY: Prof. Omaima Abou-Bakr

BY: Prof. Huda As-Saa'dy

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Someone may argue commenting on the idea tackled through this paper about the Female Muslim physicians saying: "You, women, are writing about something which never exist trying to bring it into the world." This definitive phrase definitely summarizes the dilemma witnessed in the past and the modern age.

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Female Jurists, Muftis and Sheikhs in the Islamic History

BY: Prof. Omaima Abou-Bakr

BY: Prof. Huda As-Saa'dy

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Revised by: Prof: Neamat Mashhour

Did woman play a role in the public religious work during the earlier and medieval Islamic ages? Did she effectively participate in this arena? The religious work, during these concerned ages, has been divided into many diverse branches, and it was a huge umbrella including many fields.

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Reason, Science and Religion: The Unbreakable Bond

By: Mohammed Ibn Alhassan Alhagwy Althaaleby Alfasy

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

We are confused about fundamentals and branches of the purified Islamic Shariah. Some of them denote that the Muhammadian** Legislation is based on the first source, while others denote that it is based on the second source. I need an answer, may Allah reward you].

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The Awakened Mind vs the Hacked Mind

By: Mrs. Mohga Mashhour

By: Dr. Sherif Abdul-Rahman

Translated by: Rehab Jamal Bakri

Islamic societies are witnessing an expansion of a phenomenon that can be called "Civilizational Normalization". This refers to a nonstop sneaking of ideas and perspectives that contradict the Islamic identity, targeting the hearts and minds of Muslim youths.

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