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Interview conducted by Al-Hayat Daily with His Eminence on the Western campaigns against Islam

Islam in its intellectual content on the level of doctrine, Sharia, humanitarian concepts and the personality of the Messenger (p.) is being subjected, every now and then, to distorting and offending campaigns whether by the media and the arts (movies) or by research centers and intelligence agencies that depict Islam as the religion of violence and terror. This is done through generalizing the behaviour of one "Islamic" group to describe the religion of Islam as well as all Muslims.

NOW Lebanon’s Interview with Sayyed Fadlullah: The Progressive Marjaa

In an interview for, His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah discussed the following issues: The rights of women - The causes of the Sunni – Shiite conflict - The Shiite community in Lebanon - The negative reactions to some of the Sayyed's Fatwas - The need for a social and intellectual renaissance.

An interview with 'Mahr' Iranian news agency on the occasion of the International Jerusalem Day

In an interview with "Mahr" Iranian news agency, His Eminence, the Religious Authority Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, said that Jerusalem is the cause and the symbol that can, in no way, be abandoned. He also confirmed that the nation's awareness transforms any celebration from its abstract form into its directional and educational horizon, praising the role of the Palestinian people who represent the best example on steadfastness and challenge

woman in Islam - An interview with the Religious Authority, Sayyed Fadlullah

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, answered questions on issues regarding the societal view towards the woman, the woman's right to defend herself, the universal violence against women, the equality of inheritance between the man and the woman, and the legitimacy of the political leadership of a woman

Fadlallah’s interview with The Wall Street Journal. Saturday , March 14 , 2009

the religious Authority H.E. Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah called on the United States to adopt a new policy and explains that the Muslims want to befriend the American people . He added that Lebanese should vote according to their convictions

Interview with magazine 'Contemporary Arab Affairs' on 7/2/1430 H., 2/2/2009 A.D

His Eminence, the Religious Authority Sayyed Muhammad Husayn Fadlullah answered questions on the following issues, Islamic currents and movements, The position of Islam with regard to the Jews, Judaism between the religion and racism, American globalization., The Western civilization and the Christian religion, The position of Islam towards the occupation, Islam in the media., The Shiite marjiiah between diversity and univesalation

Interview with 'Middle East Affairs.'

His Eminence, Religious Authority Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah addressed issues pertaining to: the Sunni-Shiite strife, the takfiris' discourse, the Shiite project in the region and in Lebanon, the Shiites' reality in Lebanon, the Turkish experience under the mandate of the Justice and Development Party

Al-Shirah Magazine's interview – 10th episode. 08-01-1430 / 05-01-2009

His Eminence, The religious Authority Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, was interviewed on the following issues: The premises of Imam Hussein's revolution, the political project of Imam Hussein, Ashoura and the Islamic unity, Ashoura between the reason and the emotions, the prohibition of certain Ashoura rites

A dialogue with the religious Authority Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah about the Islamic view tow

In a Dialogue with the German Researcher, Rahel Fischbach, Sayyed Fadlullah emphasized that Islam did not differentiate between men and women.

Sayyed Fadlullah's interview with Sana Abdallah of the Middle East Times

In an exclusive interview with Sana Abdallah of the Middle East Times, The Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah spoke about his relationship with Lebanon's Islamic group Hezbollah, the Iranian-U.S. face-off in the region, the Lebanese political crisis, and sectarian struggles in Lebanon and Iraq

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