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From 1995-1997, during which time he worked in Cairo as a correspondent, Sunni Khalid deepened his love for Egypt. These were also the preparatory years for the RNSAW in whose development Sunni played a role. He concludes there is as much political extremism, masquerading as piety, in the West as...
Three Americans decided to strengthen Arab-West Report by joining the Board of Advisors; Sunni Khalid, a veteran Afro-American Muslim journalist, Paul Perry, a bestselling author and Rev. Dr. Jeff Adams, an Independent Baptist Minister. The three new board members have considerable international...
We regret we have to inform you that the Council of State has again postponed a decision about our request for NGO status. The next hearing has been scheduled for October 9, 2005.
Mustafā Aḥmad Ḥasan Ḥasan Abāza is a very special person for Arab-West Report because he has encouraged our work from the first moment we started. The AWR Board of Advisors therefore agreed to ask Mustafā Abāza to join the AWR Board of Advisors, an invitation Abāza gladly accepted.
Remark on the Missio conference on dialogue between Muslims and Christians in Stuttgard. Description of the program for the visit of the Hong Kong Council, including meeting H.H. Pope Shenouda.
Introducing and explaining the AWR logo. Report on the visit of the Hong Kong Council to Egypt, including their participation in the Palm Sunday celebrations in Sarakna.
The Editorial Board has met on December 1 and December 21 and decided to ask Dr. Arne Fjeldstad, Dr. Mary Massoud and Dr. Amr Assad Khalil to join the Editorial Board. The board also discussed the membership of Dr. Mike Shelley and Ms. Dale Gavlak, who have both left Egypt, and decided to ask them...
Comment on the Copts Daily Digest’s reporting about difficulties around church building in Al-Ubur City
The death of six Christians from Al-Qussia, including a priest, in a bus accident . The Coptic Orthodox Church in Sawada destroying the church of Saint Dimyana for the sake of building a new church but meanwhile the altarscreen and other artifacts of the old church were lost. The removal of the...
Two new members have joined the Advisory Board of the RNSAW. They are Dr. Tareq Mitri, the Program Executive for Christian-Muslim Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland, and Dr. Arne H. Fjeldstad, a Norwegian scholar with a Ph.D. in Internet Communications.

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