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6. Live Debate between Maurice Sadek and Mustafa Bakri on Al-Jezzira Channel

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6. Live Debate between Maurice Sadek and Mustafa Bakri on Al-Jezzira Channel
Date of source: 
December 21, 1998
Author: 
‘Afaf ‘Atiyah
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A TV station from Qatar organized a live debate on the American Freedom of Religious Persecution Law and el-Koshh between Mustafa Bakri, editor in chief of Al-Osboa newspaper, and Maurice Sadek, president of the Center for Human Rights and National Unity.

Sadek, who defended the recently accepted Freedom from Religious Persecution Law in the USA, had the lead in the debate. Bakri’s main points of critique was American hypocrisy in dealing selectively with human rights. He criticized Sadek for taking individual cases of discrimination and claiming this is rule in Egypt.

16. Egypt’s Copts: An Unfinished Business in Israel’s plan

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16. Egypt’s Copts: An Unfinished Business in Israel’s plan
Date of source: 
November 29, 1998
Author: 
‘Ali Khamis
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"Peace for minorities", that is Israel’s secret slogan. Israel beliefs that wars and conflicts "gathers" Arabs together and peace "scatters" them.

14. The ambassador of the USA says that President Clinton cares about dialogue with President Mubarak

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14. The ambassador of the USA says that President Clinton cares about dialogue with President Mubarak
Date of source: 
November 21, 1998
Author: 
Kamal Abdel Raaouf
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Daniel Kurtzer, US Ambassador to Cairo, said relations between Egypt and the USA
are excellent, and President Clinton cares about discussing the latest development in the region with President Hosni Mubarak. He said he himself assured that what happened in Al-Koshh has nothing to do with persecution of Copts. Copts are peacefully living with Muslims in Egypt. They are persecuted neither by the government nor by the Egyptians.

18. Other articles in the supplement

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18. Other articles in the supplement
Date of source: 
November 13, 1998
Author: 
Not mentioned
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The paper interviewed people in the street, actors, actresses and journalists who all stressed the unity between Muslims and Christians. Dr. William Qilada discusses the Hamayouni law. The paper is convinced countries as Britain and Israel would like to see Egypt’s national unity destroyed.

9. Why this move? And where is our counter action?

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9. Why this move? And where is our counter action?
Date of source: 
October 30, 1998
Author: 
‘Adil Hussayn
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Adel Hussein, the gray-eminence of the Islamist Labor Party believes there is a "hostile satanic alliance now uses sectarianism to invoke internal unrest in Egypt by creating a gap between Muslims and Christians." The state has not produced any plan up till now to refute these charges and to back national unity.

3. The Jewish-made British media: Half a million British Jews dominate the biggest and most important British media

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3. The Jewish-made British media: Half a million British Jews dominate the biggest and most important British media
Date of source: 
November 3, 1998
Author: 
Usāmah Haykal
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The article describes the Jewish influence on the British media. Lots of names are given.

4. Overview of the Spread of Islam in the United States

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4. Overview of the Spread of Islam in the United States
Date of source: 
September 12, 1998
Author: 
Safey al-Din Hamid
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A long overview of the growth of Islam in the USA.

2. Whose double standards?

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2. Whose double standards?
Date of source: 
September 10-16, 1998
Author: 
‘Abd al-Moneim Said
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The author, director of the Institute of Strategic Studies at Al Ahram criticizes Arab states for their double standards.

7. Will terrorism become an excuse to attack Muslim countries?

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7. Will terrorism become an excuse to attack Muslim countries?
Date of source: 
August 28, 1998
Author: 
Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Gaoushi
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Dr. Al-Gaoushi is professor at the Azhar University and its former dean of Mission (Dawaa) Department. Islam doesn’t accept terrorism and should not be attacked when the West addresses terrorism.

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