The article describes the decline of Christians relative to members of other faiths in the Middle East, developing the argument that it is part of a larger trend, and suggesting that Christians may all but vanish from the region.
The article discusses Jews in Iraq and the contribution that they made to society before emigrating to Israel.
The issues of achieving unity between southern and northern Sudan raises concerns about the situation of Islam and Muslims in southern Sudan.
The following lines shed light on the cancellation of a Jewish conference that was supposed to be held in Cairo. It also discusses the recent Jewish attempts to regain property in Egypt and the reactions of Egyptian sources to the claims.
The article deals with various aspects of the Muslim Brotherhood group that have been discussed in the press this week such as the group's relations with the U.S, the elections to the Muslim Brotherhood guide's office and the extension of the Emergency Law. The article also includes an interview with Yūsuf Nadā, who is the coordinator of the Muslim Brotherhood's political and international relations.
The author interviews Emad Gad, a Coptic academic who specializes in the study of Israel and its society. He comments on the current tensions, and hopes for the future, as well as his opinion on Muslim-Christian relations within Egypt itself.
Shihātah Salāmah reports on the new Israeli web site to explain the meanings of Qur’ān.
Salāh ‘Īssah comments on the reasons why people insult Islam and how Islamic society insults Islam.
Al-Dustūr reports what Islamic preachers have said during the Friday sermons all over Egypt.
The political situation in the Middle East is in constant flux. Muhammad Hamdī argues that the new Middle East is coming under siege from two non-Arab regional forces; Iran and Turkey.