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Denmark, which provoked an outcry in Egypt due to the offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, permitted the appearance of a veiled Muslim presenter on its television contrary to Egypt which considers veiled presenters a diabolical thing.
Police in Belize announced that an American fugitive charged with establishing a terrorist training camp in the U.S. and poisoning water supplies in North Virginia was arrested yesterday morning in Belize City.
A court in The Netherlands has approved the extradition of Wisām, 32 years-old, an Iraqi-born Dutchmen, to the United States to face trial for participating in attacks on U.S troops in the Iraqi city of Falūjah.
Bishop of Rochester Michael Nazīr ‘Alī’s statements have added fuel to the heated controversy over the Niqāb in England.
The article reports on the international conference about "cultural common grounds" that was held at Cairo University
The author explains his viewpoint on the Arab-West relationship in light of the Vatican pope’s visit to Turkey.
A report from The European Center to Control Hostility and Discrimination asserts that Muslim’s face different kinds of discrimination in the west.
Muhammad al-Shāf‘ī writes about the growing fundamentalist influence in British universities.
The article discusses a performance by the Mozart Opera which was stringently controlled by German police.
A Swiss Muslim agent of the Swiss Intelligence Agency [FAS] has unveiled a plan to entrap the prominent Islamic thinker Hānī Ramdān and the Islamic center in Geneva in a scandal of links with terrorism.

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