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The author discusses national unity in the Arab world.
The author says that Copts in the USA have joined forces with Jewish extremists and Muslim fundamentalists. Extremists from all religions have ultimately the same aim; creating division and tearing up national unity.
In light of a United Nations conference on this subject, Ahmad Hamrūsh discusses "dialogue between civilizations." He affirms that dialogue is important for revealing to the world that Islam promotes moral values and principles.
The writer asks the government and the members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to put the group’s supreme guide, Mahdī ‘Ākif, on trial for his insult to Egypt and Egyptians.
Discussions continue over the revolution of July 23 and the reasons behind its failure to achieve its main aim; democracy. Ahmad Hamroush has previously tackled the golden opportunity the Revolution had to uphold the principles of democracy after the end of the three-year transitional period and...
The Zayed Center of Co-ordination and Continuation, based in Abu Dhabi, held a symposium on the topic of anti-Semitism in order to present invariable scientific realities about anti-Semitism. However, the president of the Jewish-American Conference attacked the Zayed Center and said that the hatred...
Ahmad Hamroush comments on interviews with the new supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdi ‘Akef, which occupied much of the Egyptian press. In light of the history of this group, the writer deduces the attitudes of the new leader towards aggressive attacks and assassinations.
Extremist terrorists must realize that their road is blocked, and that the incidents at Al-Kosheh will not be repeated.
This article deals with the relationships between the Sheikhs of Al-Azhar and King Farouq [the last king of Egypt who was forced to abdicate the throne in 1952].
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