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Wael Farouq teaches Arabic language at the American University in Cairo. He has been visiting professor in several international universities, among which the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, where he now teaches Arabic language. The primary area of his research interest is the language of Islamic culture (literature, philosophy and religion). He participates in the Oasis' project "Not an Era of Change, But a Change of Era".
For today’s Muslims, websites constitute a form of religious authority. The content of the questions they ask these portals demonstrates that what is driving them is a normative vision of religion
A woman who works alone in an office with a male colleague should breastfeed him five times until satiation, in accordance with Islamic law. The heated debate that has raged shows the complex nature of the relationship between modernity and tradition in the Arab Muslim world
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