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‘Abdul ‘Azīz al- ‘Abdullāh al-Tūwigrī reviews a study entitled ‘Moderation,’ conducted by the Administration for Public Relations and Media.
This article suggests that Western civilization was based on Islamic civilization, and that Western imperialism is framing Muslims as terrorists.
Transcript of a speech presented by William Dalrymple at the American University in Cairo, highlighting his experiences traveling to Christian Holy sites throughout the Middle East, as well as his personal interpretation of political Islām. He includes references to both historical and present day...
Al-Akhbar, al- Ahali, Sout al-Ummah and Sout al-Azhar tackled the reasons behind the distorted image of Islām in the West and how to correct it. The four papers agreed on the need for an Arabic-Islamic media capable of addressing the West and explaining to it the true Islām.
The Islamic Research Institute issued a statement declaring its rejection of associating Islām with terrorism and explaining the true meaning of Jihād in Islam. The Brotherhood member Dr. Essam al-Erian said that the definition the Azhar gave of Jihād went along with the Brotherhood’s...
The article is a continuation of a series of articles detailing the history of the Bedouin in Egypt, and the influence that they have exerted on Egyptian culture.
In the light of al-Ghad’s publication of the "offensive" supplement which attacked the Prophet Muhammad’s companions and wife, the author of the article stresses the need for a consistent application of the law which criminalizes insulting religions.
Ahmad ‘Arafāt al-Qādī explains some fundamentalist Western thinkers’ arguments about the basic principles between the Christian West and the Muslim East. The difference between the two civilizations is a basic one, and the clash is inevitable.
Salmān al-Dussarī sheds light on a heated controversy in Bahrain nowadays over whether the candidates for the preliminary elections should be allowed to use pulpits and mosques as means in their electoral campaigns.
“Apparently all Muslims are not terrorists; however, the truth is that the majority of terrorists are Muslims. We should confess as Muslims that terrorism has become an exclusive Islamic project for Muslim men and women,” ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Rāshid says in al-Sharq al-Awsat. In his fourth and final...


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