Morsi puts Qaradawi at Al Azhar
The Qatar-based Egyptian Islamic preacher Youssef Qaradawi has called on Egyptians to participate and vote ‘yes’ in the constitutional referendum set on Saturday, Turkish news agency Anadolu reported on Friday.
Qaradawi, who heads the International Union of Muslim Scholars, said during the Friday prayer’s speech that voting ‘no’ in the awaited polling in Egypt will cost the country a ‘big loss’ as the attraction of investments will be hampered especially, $20 billion from Qatar.
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“ A hardline Islamist preacher who was banned from entry into Britain will lead President Morsi’s attempt to strengthen Islamist control of al-Azhar, the ancient Islamic university in Cairo that influences the thoughts of Sunni Muslims around the world.