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The French Parliament adopted a law, imposing jail sanctions against anyone who denies the Turkish holocaust committed against Armenians during the First World War. The law aroused wide arguments in France, Turkey and the European Union in general.
The author discusses the different challenges Turkey is facing with its pursuit of European membership.
Four Dutchmen of Arab origin stand on trial for planning to execute attacks targeting a number of political figures and important buildings, including the parliament and the airport.
Muslims practice religious freedom in Europe during the holy month of Ramadan.
Many French politicians share their breakfast traditions with Muslims in Paris during the holy month of Ramadan.
The author of the article raises suspicions about the seriousness of the suspected plot to explode airplanes and implies that the arrest of Muslim suspects in Britain was planned by the U.S.
Western governments are initiating local institutions for training and qualifying imāms in a way that meets the Western contexts in which they live and preach.
The author conducted an interview with Dr ‘Abd al-Sabūr Shāhīn on Western attacks on Islam and the role of Islam in Egyptian society.
The review takes up the issue of the niqāb as Jack Straw, Leader of the House of Commons, called on Muslim women in Britain to take off their veils in workplaces, while in Egypt, the President of Hilwān University made a decision to prohibit all niqāb-wearing students from entering the...
Nāhid al-Nabrāwī spots the reasons behind the backwardness of Islamic preaching in the West, and the criteria for presentable Islamic preachers in Western countries.

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