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This biography focuses on the Islamic viewpoints of Āḥmad al-Ṭayyib; how he argues from an Islamic perspective and does not attempt to see the world through the eyes of non-Muslims. He strives to represent Islam in the best possible light, talking about it in a very positive way and accordingly...
Pakistan will not allow use of its territory for any action against alleged terrorist Osama bin Laden, the Minister of Interior said. His remarks followed a flurry of unconfirmed reports in the local Press that American commandos were in Pakistan for an operation to detain the alleged terrorist.
Western Christian enmity to the Muslim East is still crystal clear. Indeed, the intensity of this enmity increases with the passage of days to the extent that there are now some in the West who feel that the twenty-first century will witness the end of Islam. There are many allegations currently...
Military prosecutors are questioning more than 50 suspects, including more than a dozen extradited by other countries, in connection with the 1995 suicide bombing of the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad which killed 16 people.
The paper believes "Some of the Anglican Bishops launched a drastic campaign against the Islamic countries. They warned that a sacred war between Christianity and Islam may takes place."
The question has been raised whether the American military strike against what were described as Osama Bin Laden’s bases in Afghanistan on August 17 will force the Taliban movement to clamp down on the Saudi dissident and his Arab-Afghan associates.
Mohammed Sadeq, who is a major suspect in the explosions of the American Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, admitted that he managed to escape from Kenya through the help of local citizens who are in touch with the Jihad organization.
The article reports on the angry reactions of Muslim countries after new caricatures which mock the Prophet Muhammad were published in a Swedish newspaper.
An Egyptian Islamist who holds Pakistani citizenship demanded that he be transferred from Abu Za’bal prison [in Egypt] to Guantanamo detention center in Cuba, where almost 580 Qa’ida and Taliban detainees are imprisoned, claiming that he would receive better treatment there. He claimed that he is...
The article analyzes the trend of Islamic groupsto fight their way to power under the cloak of religion.
The author continues his series of articles on Bedouinization. He questions to what extent it is accurate to say that the Bedoiuns had a great influence on culture in the Middle East, and considers dress code among other things.
The article talks about a member of al-Qa‘īdah who spies for European intelligence. This double agent gives a detailed picture and secret information about what happens inside the al-Qa‘īdah camps, as well as information on Ūsāmah Bin Lādin and his men.
Text of lecture about a declining Christianity in the Middle East. Dalrymple compares between his travels in the mid nineties to when he collected material for his book ‘From the Holy Mountain: A Journey among the Christians of the Middle East,’ and recently travelled to the areas he had visited...
The Taliban ruling Afghanistan denied recent reports about its agreement to exchange two Americans, who were accused, with another six aid workers, of Christian missionary activity in Afghanistan, for Omar Abdel Rah...
On October 28, 15 Christians and a Muslim were killed by five unknown people, who opened fire on the people when they were praying in the Catholic Church, in Bahawalpur, in Pakistan It is the first time in the history of Pakistan that Christians have been killed in a Church. Catholic and Protestant...
The people of Quesna village in Egypt stress that the Taliban Ambassador’s translator in Islamabad was a member of the Egyptian Jihad organization who was sentenced by an Egyptian court to 15 years imprisonment. In his turn, the Taliban Ambassador stressed that his translator is an Afghan from...
The article gives an outline of the terrorists that the Egyptian courts convicted but who were offered asylum by foreign countries, among which was America. It sheds light on their crimes and the judgments made against them. The author points out that America, which once hosted some of these...
During meetings with some French Muslim converts, Arlette Khourī transmits their opinions and experiences of Islam, mentioning the official French perspective concerning the increase in the number of ‘new Muslims.’
The Pakistani government restored the joint electorates in the country. By doing so, it proved that it is really sincere for the national well being and solidarity. Justice and Peace Commission backs the government for the measures adopted and urges to reinstate the religious minorities, reserved...
The author discusses Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, visit to Pakistan, and the discrimination and persecution of Christians in the Islamic world.
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