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While Europeans seem unwilling for Turkey to join the European Union, European governments seem to recommend it. More profound details about the motivations of both parties are discussed in this article.
The pope’s recent declarations have embarrassed Arab Catholics living in the Islamic world. Western countries have different stands on Islam, particularly in Europe, according to the historical and ethnic experiences of each country.
On the first anniversary of the July 7 London bombings, Al-Sharq al-Awsat devoted much space in its issues of July 6 to 8, 2006 to articles analyzing a recent survey by The Times on the terrorist acts which claimed 52 lives and injured more than 700 people.
With the growth of home-grown terrorism in Europe and in Canada, scholars and experts discuss the reasons why some Muslims in Western societies seem to be drawn to terrorism.
A conference commemorating the first anniversary of the July 7 London bombings is to be held on June 25 in Birmingham, under the auspices of a number of Islamic organizations, including al-Ghurabā’ [The strangers] Movement.
A recently published Egyptian State Information Service report examines attitudes towards and problems faced by Muslims and Arabs in the UK, Germany and other western countries.
Amidst a wave of racially-motivated attacks against Muslims in the wake of the London bombings, Dr. Zakī Badawī, principal of the Muslim College in London has advised Muslim women to stop wearing the hijāb.
A recent poll in Britain has shown that over two thirds of the Muslim students in the country believe that British foreign is to blame for the July terrorist attacks.
By far the majority of Muslims today live their lives without recourse to violence, for the Koran is like a pick-and-mix selection. If you want peace, you can find peaceable verses. If you want war, you can find bellicose verses. You can find verses which permit only defensive jihad, or you can...
For its discussion of the British anti-terrorism laws, Saca Hurra [A Free Hour] program on the Hurra satellite channelwas joined by Kamāl al-Halabāwī, the famous Muslim Brotherhood leader who resigned in 1998 after struggles with Ma’moun al-Hudaybī. Surprisingly, Kamāl al-Halabāwī suggested that...


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