lawyer of the Islamic groups, assures the Jihād Organization’s decision to cease violence enjoys the support of the
leading figures within the Islamic groups.
The article talks about Sayyid Imām, the muftī
of the Jihād Organization, and his repentance.
Al-Hamad tries to identify the reasons behind the mutual feelings of hatred and rejection of Arabs and the West represented mainly in the United States. He provides his arguments and presents some Western arguments in the same response.
In her speech at the European Parliament in Brussels, Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī strongly denied having fled from Egypt due to societal pressure following the release of her new play ‘The Lord Resigns in a Summit.’
Zayn al-‘Ābidīn al-Rikābī writes about Orientalist Bernard Lewis’ allegations made during a conference that has recently been held in Jerusalem.
In its recent book “Islam and the challenges of the 21st century,” the Gama?a Islāmīyah critiques the theory that confrontation should take place between Muslims and Christians, and East and the West. The Gama?a responded to those propagating this theory and asked Muslims not to consider any human ideas as sacred and not to follow certain mottoes and take them as unchangeable methods.
The heartbreak in all institutional religion is the disaster of clerical and ecclesiastical self-assertion. How dark the institutions of any church can become. The greatest tragedy of all lies in the lives of the humble Christians of any country who are oppressed by the powers that be. Watson provides examples from Southern Africa, and the cases of two preachers in Zimbabwe in particular.
The author discusses Coptic heritage, and Coptic traditions in the West, particularly in Russia. He highlights the fact that many Russian’s consider themselves Orthodox Christians.
In his three articles, ‘Abd al-Khāliq stresses the anti-Islamic strategy of the United States and highlights the role of the American Democratic Party to mend the deformed picture of the U.S. in its two sided foreign strategy.
‘Umrān meets Shaykh Tāj al-Dīn al-Hilālī, the
Muftī of Australia, in Cairo to talk about the fierce campaign that al-Hilālī
recently faced in Australia.