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The Islamic Hotline or El-Hatef El-Islami was first in Cairo nine years in August 2000 the approval of Al-Azhar, the highest Authority in Egypt the Islamic world. The proved popular with Egyptians millions of their on the provisions of Shariaa Law. The Hotline only utilizes the of Sheikhs from Al-Azhar, with an average approximately 500 questions per.

company is registered based in Egypt. Perhaps greatest contribution to understanding religion of Islam Islamic Hotline Service’s Question and resource: simply call of the Service numbers, upon your country of, and record your in the knowledge that will be treated in strictest confidence. Call after 24 hours to the answer to your provided by a of elite Azhar scholars. important, the same offer the caller a to listen to a of short lectures on the most important principles () of Islam. The Islamic Hotline Service also provides explanations of all Qur’anic, while allowing the to appreciate the correct of these verses, the specific vocabulary used, the contexts of each revelation, the scientific miracles them.

a preliminary international, in June 2009, the Islamic Hotline succeeded in launching services in Europe, specifically a local IVR in the UK, and another in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, well as an number. The service has become available in, English and Urdu.  The &; and Answer” facility is available through Islamic Hotline website in the three languages. The service seek to maintain its current initiatives and hopes expand further in the to come. To find out more about the Islamic Hotline, please visit website:

book, The Response, is not the to be published by Islamic Hotline Service. A selection legal opinions (fatawa), chosen and corrected qualified scholars of University was under the title Ask the People of.

In the same vein, the book presented to now through this website intended as a response legal opinions that to distort the essentially and forgiving nature Islam. Those responsible for opinions are unaware of extent to which are capable of hurting people’s lives, and the impression of Islam Muslims that they are to those outside of the faith.

It is not enough for us to simply back and watch from distance the misrepresentation of Islam and of Muslims. Muslim who cares about or her faith realizes grave risks that now face from those remain oblivious of the aims of Islam, of the mercy that faith has brought and to bring into world. 

Representing the of a group people as if these constitute the workings of itself is wrong., the practice attributes lies God Almighty. Describing with the characteristics –, aggression, coarseness, and dryness – of the desert nomads is, therefore, to a serious crime. The testifies to the that, whenever faced with choices, the Prophet preferred the easier of two, providing that it not lead him sin. It is also that 'Aisha (r.a.), the of the Prophet (upon be peace), remarked “kindness lends beauty to things, whereas a lack of kindness only renders ugly”.

Our generation educated by eminent who helped us to and to cherish our . We must follow their footsteps: continuing the of Islam, fulfilling the tasks we are entrusted, and offering the sustenance Da'wa (call for ) to all. If we the future generations of to the mercies of those who fail to Islam, and the bounties within its message humanity, we are committing act of treason against religion.
In order inspire young people to the path of, and to help them peaceful and secure in life and in the to come, it our duty to spread ' message of tolerance and ; similarly, we must to dispel the notion Islam is rigid and . The importance of strategy is shown in Qur’an:

“For if thou had stern and fierce of heart they would have from round about thee” (. 3:159)

These comments and responses been prepared by group of Al-Azhar scholars:

Professor Dr. Anas - Abou Shadi
o Professor of Comparative Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Faculty Medicine, Al-Azhar University.
o Doctorate in Comparative Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Al-Azhar University.
o Manager in Islamic Center in for 4 years.

Professor Dr. Ahmad ‘Abdel-Hamid
o Professor of (Jurisprudence), Faculty of (Law), Al-Azhar Univeristy.
o Doctorate in, Al-Azhar University.

Professor Dr. Muhammad Fou'ad
o Professor of (Jurisprudence), Faculty of (Law), Al-Azhar Univeristy.
o Doctorate in, Al-Azhar University.

Professor Dr. Ali Mansour
o Professor of (Jurisprudence), Faculty of (Law), Al-Azhar Univeristy.
o Doctorate in, Al-Azhar University.

Professor Dr. Yasser ‘Abd -‘
o Professor of (Jurisprudence), Faculty of (Law), Al-Azhar Univeristy.
o Doctorate in, Al-Azhar University.

They have revised by:

Professor Dr. Mahmoud Khayami
o Professor of Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Faculty Medicine, Al-Azhar .
o Chairman, Islamic Department, Faculty of, Al-Azhar University.
o Member of Council for Islamic Affairs.

Professor Dr. Anas Abdel-Fattah Shadi
o Professor of Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Faculty Medicine, Al-Azhar .
o Doctorate in Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Al-Azhar University.
o Manager Assistant Islamic Center in London 4 years.

The Foreword this book has been by:

Professor Dr. Mohammed Ra'afat
o Professor of (Law), Al-Azhar University.
o Former Dean, of Sharia (Law), Al-Azhar .
o Member of of Islamic Research, Cairo **
o Member of Council for Islamic Affairs.

Translated from Arabic to language and revised by:

Dr. Richard Gauvain
o Assistant of Comparative Religions the American University in, Egypt.

May God reward the and publisher of book and benefit Muslims world over through its . God is All ; Grace be to God the beginning and at end.