May 26, 2022

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Mabrook Atiyah responds to Ibrahim Issa’s statements regarding Isra and Mifraj

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Egyptian public prosecutor Hamada El-Chavi has decided to launch an investigation into Egyptian writer and journalist Ibrahim Issa in the wake of his recent statements on Islam.

And the official page of the Egyptian public prosecutor on Facebook on Saturday night released a brief statement from the public prosecutor ordering that “action be taken to investigate the statements submitted to the public prosecutor against journalist Ibrahim Isa.”

Presenting a program on a private Egyptian satellite channel entitled “Cairo Doc”, Isa talks about the “journey of al-Isra and al-Miraj” undertaken by the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Peace, from Makkah to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, ascending to Paradise and returning to Mecca on the same night. .

For his part, Dr. Mabrook Atiyah, a professor at Al-Azhar University, commented on Isa’s statements that “Ibrahim Issa was wrong in denying the miracle of Isra and Mirage, and that he should be held accountable.”

Also, in a live broadcast to him on his personal page via “Facebook” on Sunday, he said that al-Isra ‘journey was a miracle in Surat al-Isra and al-Quran speech. Mirage in Surat al-Najm.

And Mabrouk Attia continued: “Why did Ibrahim disbelieve in Issa al-Miraj and others? This is what the disbelievers said because he activated his mind,” he added: “The disbelievers were astonished, and the Muslims were astonished?”

He further explained: “May the prayers and peace of God be upon him,” and he said: “I was borne by myself”, which means the miracle is divine. “He continued:” We did not allow, we did not listen. , We are not affected.

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And he continued: “The perception of the mind is used when finding a medicine, a machine or something else, for whom we say throughout the Holy Quran that God is omnipotent over all things.”

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