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17. Other Headlines for December 26, 2010

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17. Other Headlines for December 26, 2010
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December 26, 2010
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Headline: Pope Shenouda Visits Catholic Church for Congratulations
Source: al-Ahrām
Page: 1
Author: Not mentioned
Keywords: Pope Shenouda III, Coptic Catholic Church

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Headline: First Conference for Opposing Brotherhood Next Week: A Stream to Restrict General Guide Duties to Administrative Work
Source: al-Wafd

Page: 5
Author: Ahmad al-Sukarī
Keywords: Muslim Brotherhood

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Headline: Holland police arrests 12 Somalian before executing the terrorist act

Source: al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ

Page:12

Author: ‘Abd Allāh Mustafá 

Keywords: Holland, Somalia

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Headline: Pakistan: Suicide Attack Kills 42 People Waiting in Line for Food, Taliban Claim Responsibility

Source: al-Sharq al-Awsat
Page: 12

Author: 
Not mentioned
Keywords: Pakistan, Taliban

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Headline: Heavy Security Precautions for Churches in Iraq: Pope Calls for Peace in the Middle East in his Christmas Sermon

Source: al-Hayāh

Page: 1

Author: Not mentioned
Keywords: Iraq, Pope Benedict

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Headline: Holland: Twelve Somalis Arrested for Terrorist Plot
Source: al-Hayāh
Page: 1
Author: Not mentioned
Keywords: Holland, Somalia

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Headline: Sayyidat al-Najāh Crowded with Worshippers Despite Al-Qai'dah Threats

Source: al-Hayāh
Page: 2

Author:
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Keywords: Iraq, Al-Qai'dah

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Headline: Sudanese Christians Celebrate Last Christmas Before Secession Vote
Source: al-Hayāh
Page: 5
Author: Not mentioned
Keywords: Sudan, secession vote

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Headline: Al-Mālikī Invites Christians to Stay, Assures Christians That He Will Ensure Their Safety
Source: al-Shurūq

Page: 10
Author:
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Keywords: Iraqi Christians, Al-Qai'dah

11. Arab Christians and Running Away from Bigotry

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11. Arab Christians and Running Away from Bigotry
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15
Date of source: 
December 25, 2010
Author: 
‘Abd al-Rahmān al-Rāshid
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‘Abd al-Rahmān al-Rāshid writes about the suffering of Christians in the Arab world.

"In a couple of days, the first Christian country in the region will be established in Sudan. This independence comes at the same time where 14 million Arab Christians are suffering from bigotry and armed Islamic extremist groups," said al-Rāshid, referring to Southern Sudan's possible secession from the North.

He explains that even many Muslims groups suffer extremism from the same groups.

60. Al-Bashīr's Republic without Islamic Sharī‘ah!

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60. Al-Bashīr's Republic without Islamic Sharī‘ah!
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17
Date of source: 
December 22, 2010
Author: 
‘Adil al-Tarīfī
Reviewer: 
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The author cites Sudanese President ‘Umar al-Bashīr's recent announcement that he plans to apply Sharī‘ah in the north of Sudan if the south secedes.

The author sees such a statement as strange because "in principle Sharī‘ah has been applied in Sudan since September 1983, when former President Ja‘far Numayrī applied it."

Furthermore, "al-Bashīr himself confirmed once again that Sharī‘ah is the source of legislation in the constitution of 1991. Why then did President al-Bashīr feel that Sudan needs to apply a Sharī‘ah that has already in fact been applied for at least three decades," al-Tarifi asks.

5. Al-Bashīr's Whip

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5. Al-Bashīr's Whip
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2
Date of source: 
December 17, 2010
Author: 
Sahar Al-Ja'ārah
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This column consists of a vitriolic attack on the treatment of women in Muslim countries, with special emphasis on the recent flogging of a woman in Sudan.

"If you wish to determine the reasons for the Muslim nation's economic and social backwardness, then observe the behavior of Muslims," the author writes.

"What kind of virtue is this that extends from Iran to Riyadh to Khartoum without criminalizing their rulers' political adventures, which involve bribes and commissions?" Al-Ja'ārah asks.

"There is no manifestation of virtue in Khartoum save for al-Bashīr's whip, which lashes the backs of women," she says.

"Sudan is ruled by a man sought by the International Criminal Court for commiting war crimes and mass slaughter, yet no sound arises louder than the continuous screams of women," the author laments.

98. The Flogging a Woman

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98. The Flogging a Woman
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4
Date of source: 
December 15, 2010
Author: 
Khālid Muntasir
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The author denounces in strong terms the public flogging of a Sudanese woman for wearing a pair of trousers. He describes footage of the incident as symbolizing "backwardness, ignorance, and racisim."

She was lashed on "the face, the thighs, the posterior, and the stomach" with the flogger's demeanor suggesting "he was about to have an orgasm."

"Videos of Sudanese whippings and Afghan stonings represent scenes that belong in the Middle Ages and the age of witch hunts," Muntasir writes.

30. Why doesn’t Southern Sudan join The Arab League?

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30. Why doesn’t Southern Sudan join The Arab League?
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11
Date of source: 
October 5, 2010
Author: 
Wahī ‘Abd Al-Majīd
Reviewer: 
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The referendum for the separation of Southern Sudan is approaching at a time where those in the Nile valley are in dire need of unity. Yet here we are in the face of Africa's largest, and potentially wealthiest, country being divided. The question of whether Southern Sudan would join The Arab League presents itself.

Key Words: Sudan – Southern Sudan – The Arab League

8. Jordanian prince: Christians must stay

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8. Jordanian prince: Christians must stay
Date of source: 
12-10-2007
Author: 
Cornelis Hulsman
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Katholiek Nieuwsblad highlights an interview with HRH Prince Hassan of Jordan.

5. Interview with HRH Prince Hasan ibn Talal

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5. Interview with HRH Prince Hasan ibn Talal
Date of source: 
11-09-2007
Author: 
Cornelis Hulsman
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Interview: Cornelis Hulsman
The following article presents an interview between His Royal Highness Prince Hasan Ibn Talal of Jordan, and Drs. Cornelis Hulsman. Issues discussed include Christian emigration from the Arab world, reform, and political issues in the Middle East.

11. An American salafi university tries to take over the role of the Azhar

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11. An American salafī university tries to take over the role of the Azhar
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pp.30-33
Date of source: 
June 28
Author: 
Asma’ Nassar
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Asmā’ Nassār wrote about a truly controversial issue; the privatization of the Azhar. She says that some of the prominent ’salafīShaykhs, headed by Ja‘far Bin Idrīs, a Sudanese Shaykh, established an Islamic university in California in 1995. An exchange of scholars between this University and the Azhar occurred, which ended when a branch of the University was discovered in Cairo.

24. Southern Sudan is the center of Evangelists

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24. Southern Sudan is the center of Evangelists
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pp. 13, 14
Date of source: 
14-06-2008
Author: 
Asma’ al-Husayni
Reviewer: 
Nirmin al-‘Awadi
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The issues of achieving unity between southern and northern Sudan raises concerns about the situation of Islam and Muslims in southern Sudan.

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