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Directing wrongful accusations at Islam and linking it to terrorism has become an unsupportable and dangerous matter. Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi said that terrorism is the child of injustice, and injustice is the act of America, and as long as injustice exists, no one can prevent terrorism. Dr. Abdel...
[The RNSAW received this text from Dr. Abu Zayd for placement in the RNSAW. The text was first presented during a conference in June in Berlin, Germany] Since the occupation of Egypt by Bonaparte in 1798 Muslims have had to address the issue of secularization. Some Muslim thinkers believe Islam...
The article deals with the differences between the way Islam is practiced in the Arabic countries and the way it is practiced in the Islamic Asian countries. It points out the dangers of Asiatic Islam. The author believes that Arabic Islam should reform Asiatic Islam, so that it does not turn into...
The author reviews a book by a Muslim physician/intellectual about some ill concepts by Muslims regarding religion and some practices mistakenly taken as religious orders.
The author argues that Arabs and Muslims do not have to improve their image in the US media, since it is controlled by certain companies that do not stick to the rules of fairness.
The author is focusing in her three-page article on the controversial Muslim woman Wafā’ Sultān, who is a harsh critic of Islam and resides in the United States after she left her original country Syria.
Broder writes about Dr. Wafa Sultan, a Syrian-American Muslim who recently complained bitterly against those who distort Islam. She strongly renounced terrorism, and Muslim backwardness and violence, saying these things were not what the Prophet Muhammad and the Qur’ān intended. The response,...
The author writes on the bloody conflict in Iraq between Sunnis and Shi’ites and shows the attempts of Islamic religious leaders to build communication between followers of different Islamic madhahib.
Dr. Rif‘at al-Sa‘īd reviews a study by Dr. ‘Abd Allāh Shalabī, professor at ‘Ayn Shams University, Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Sociology department that tackled the issue of religiosity and the relationship between religion and state.
This writer, with a non-Western background, writes in strong support of Western values, especially freedom of expression in light of the Danish cartoon crisis, and condemns multiple aspects of the Islamic society as being inferior.

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