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The article highlights Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice’s recent trip to the Middle East, and the focus of the conference the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The article discusses the conference of ’The Minority in the Middle East’ headed by the Chief of the emigrated Copts, cĀdil Abādīr. The conference is mainly about minorities’ rights in the Middle East.
The controversial Coptic activist ‘Adlī Abādīr organizes a conference advocating the rights of ethnic and religious minorities in the Middle East.
Pope Shenouda calls for uniting Arabic and Islamic colonies in the West as a means of rectifying the image of Islam in Western countries.
The Belgian parliamentarian of Moroccan origin, Fawzīya Talhāwī is to attend the four-day Cairo-based conference on the challenges facing the Muslim world, organized by the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs.
A group of Islamic scholars and representatives of other religions held a meeting in Geneva, under the auspices of the Ta’arof [Acquaintance] Institution and the Qortoba Institution, to lay the foundations of dialogue between religions based on transparency. The symposium, attended by Islamic...
This article tackles the four main elements discussed at the 12th conference of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs. In addition, it sheds light on the speech of President Mubarak, which the Minister of Endowments gave on his behalf.
On the third day of the 12th Conference for the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs, several preeminent Muslim intellectuals addressed important issues, the most prominent of which are recorded in this article.
On behalf of President Mubarak, prime minister Dr. Atef Ebeid will inaugurate the 12th conference of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs. The conference will discuss three main elements, as Dr. Mahmoud Hamdy Zaqzouq, the Minister of Endowments, stated.
President Mubarak will give a speech to the 12th conference of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs, which will be held under his supervision, from 11th to 14th June, under the title "Towards a civilized project for the revival of the Islamic World."
Delegations representing 75 Islamic countries and six international Islamic organizations passed recommendations urging greater inter-Islamic cooperation at the conclusion of a four-day conference last Friday [June 25, 1999].
The conference has produced the Cairo Declaration in which all the scholars have agreed on the necessity of reviving the Islamic legacy and of working hard in order to restore the Islamic nation to its previous state. The conference is also demanding from Muslim scholars and religious leaders that...
The general conference ended its sessions yesterday with 7 key recommendations.
The 11th Islamic International Conference finished its work yesterday. In the final session, the conference called for the achievement of the Islamic cultural project. Dr. Suleiman Damrah, the dean of the Islamic College in Rotterdam, Holland, confirmed that there is a great need for propagandists...
Delegations from 75 Islamic countries and six international Islamic countries and six international Islamic organizations participating in the 11th Cairo International Islamic Conference will tomorrow declare the recommendations of their conference.
The 11th conference of the High Council for the Islamic Affairs continues its sessions. Dr. Hamdi Zaqzouq, the Minister of Waqfs, said that the Muslims are invited to share in the aims of politicians and scientists in working towards a better world.
In the opening session of the Islamic conference, Minister of Endowments Hamdi Zaqzouq delivered a speech on behalf of President Mubarak in which he called for serious thinking on the issue of "The renaissance of the Islamic world" which is what the conference is about.
The International Islamic Conference began today under the supervision of President Hosni Mubarak. In the opening session of the conference, President Mubarak confirmed the importance of the unity of the Islamic world. 75 countries are participating in this conference in addition to 188...
The 11th International Conference for the Higher Islamic Council (HIC) will start today in Cairo. The four-day international event "Towards a Renaissance Project for the Islamic World" is held under the auspices of President Hosni Mubarak. According to the Egyptian Minister of Waqfs who is also HIC...
The eleventh meeting of the International Conference of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs will begin next Tuesday [22 June 1999] morning at the Marriott Hotel, Cairo. The Conference is being organized under the patronage of President Hosni Mubarak who will give an opening address which the...


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