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A discussion about a conference on human rights, the innovation of religious speeches, the relationship between religion and the state, the economic progress of non-Arab Muslim countries in Asia, and problems of applying Islamic laws with regard to marriage, divorce, and inheritance in non-Muslim...
Some information about the extremist preacher Abū Hamzah al- Misrī and why the British authorities hate him.5. Developments in Muslim-Christian relations in the Arab world
The author discusses the incident of six imams being removed from U.S. Airways flight 300. Was it a case of misjudgment, or were the six men actually planning an attack?
‘Āil Darwīsh writes about the dangerous friendship between Muslims in Britain and the British Left; a friendship that can cause further tensions.  
‘Abdul Mu‘tī ‘Umrān meets Shaykh Tāj al-Dīn al-Hilālī, the Muftī of Australia, in Cairo to talk about the fierce campaign that al-Hilālī has recently faced in Australia.
During his visit to Turkey, which witnessed tension, the Roman Catholic Pope Benedict XVI praised Turkey’s recent policy changes toward minorities, saying that this was enough to allow Turkey’s entrance in the EU.
In this article, the author discusses Pope Benedict’s visit to Turkey, highlighting its main political implications and problem’s surrounding Turkey’s membership in the EU.
Some unknown persons threw an arsonist bottle on a mosque in Melbourne, in Australia, and wrote expressions against Islam on its walls. The manager of the Islamic Centre in Melbourne said that the incident was a reaction to what happened in Bali.
Asharq al-Awsat reports that the statements of Hirsi Ali against Islām were seen by members of Muslim communities as a trick, deployed in order to gain asylum. Dutch journalist Eildert Mulder, who interviewed Ali, does not believe that this allegation is true
A recent survey conducted in the United Kingdom showed that the majority of Britons would support a ban on the Niqāb in airports and border crossings and a third of Britons would support the ban in all public places.


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