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minbar

The pulpit in a mosque.
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This week, experts from across the region gathered in Cairo to learn from the success of projects which have so far included restoring Mamluk Minbars in Cairo, and a traditional rock-salt mosque in Siwa.
A study titled "To Whom Do Minbars [preaching platforms] Belong Today?" was released in October by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), raising questions and concerns regarding the state's attempts to monopolise religious discourse through the management of mosques and controlling the content of Friday sermons.
Last month a study titled "To Whom do Minbars Belong Today?" was released by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) raising questions and concerns regarding the state's attempts to monopolise religious discourse through the management of mosques and controlling the content of Friday sermons.
A recent study, "To Whom do Minbars Belong Today?", released by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) raises the question and attempts to answer it through analysing the state's policy in the management of mosques.
Photo for Egypt Today It has a wide range of aesthetic pieces, including wood panels, ceramic dishes, metal tools, whole doors, lanterns, fountains, mihrabs, and minbars from historic mosques.
There is beautiful jewelry, ivory and bone figurines, boxes, whole doors, mihrabs , and minbars from different mosques.
The two minbars (imam's pulpits) boast delicate carving in stone and wooden mashrabiya screens, while damaged marble floors and mosaics have been patched and re-laid.
Jumaa said that the first stage of renewing religious discourse was the 'purification stage' before taking control over the minbar. This meant purifying the minbar of extremists who spread violent ideas among citizens.
Jumaa said that the first stage of renewing religious discourse was the "purification stage" before taking control over the minbar. This meant purifying the minbar of extremists who spread violent ideas among citizens.