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After the September 11, 2001 incidents, a fierce war on terror has started and it even grew fiercer with after the Madrid 11, 2004 bombings. Some believed that the terror networks have been diluted, only to be shocked by the July 7, 2005 bombings in the heart of London, which revealed the emergence...
Germany plans to introduce a "test of loyalty" to Muslims applying for German nationality and India warns of potential terrorist attacks.
‘Abd al-Rāziq, professor of sharī‘a and theology at the Dār al-‘Uloum says that his study of the names of Allāh has taken two years of immense research of over 50 encyclopedias comprising 20,000 books. He elaborated that many of the names of Allāh are not among the 99 attributes of God, known to...
The author believes that the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy is no longer able to play an effective role as one of Egypt’s most reputable Islamic institutions.
The congregation of St. George’s Memorial Church, the Anglican church in Baghdad fears the loss of its entire lay leadership.
Egypt has been chosen as the venue for the third international meeting of the Episcopal Church. Church leaders explained the choice as a recognition of the role played by both Egypt and President Mubārak in conflict resolution and development in the region.
The tendency among some authors to exaggerate the distinction between the West and Islam is grounded in a proposed polarity based on mutual suspicion and hatred, or on fear.
Short summary of the sermon of Lord George Carey, on the occasion of his visit to Egypt, July, 2004 about Matthew 16: 13-17. The sermon addresses the question of who Jesus is.
The discussion following the lecture was interesting and covering topics like dialogue, distorted reporting, church building and missionary work.
Lord Carey concluded his lecture that despite some having prophesied an inevitable ‘clash of cultures’, we have a chance to belie the prophets of gloom and create a new relationship between Islam and Christianity.


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