The author reviews the Muslim Brotherhood’s international organization and its investments, including al-Taqwa bank, which was accused by the Americans of financing the activities of Usāma Bin Lādin.
Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten reiterated its apology to the Muslim world over the cartoons it had published on September 30, 2005, which nourished antagonistic sentiments against Denmark. However, the newspaper editor Carsten Juste refused to pledge to not publish any more articles or cartoons...
Former president of Indonesia, ‘Abd al-Rahmān Wahīd writes about the Wahābī ideology, propagated by some Gulf countries and its role in supporting terrorist groups.
Muhammad Jābir al-Ansārī discusses Arab-West relations and believes that the best way to spread Islam is to practice it well.
The author discusses Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, visit to Pakistan, and the discrimination and persecution of Christians in the Islamic world.
Muhammad Wajdī Qandīl writes about how the United States sees Islam and how it intends to deal with what he calls the ’green peril’.
A discussion about Tariq Ramadān, his roots and ideology.
Four Muslims, aged between 16 and 20, have been arrested in Denmark on charges of planning suicide attacks in Europe, Dutch police said.
Annemarie Schimmel, who died last year, was a Professor of Islamic studies around the world, and obtained two PhDs, one on Mameluk civilization in Egypt and the other on the history of religions and the position of Islam among divine religions.
Arab ambassadors to Denmark delivered a letter of protest to Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen condemning 12 drawings of the Prophet Muhammad published few days ago by a Danish daily.