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The speech of Mr. Tjeerd de Zwaan, Dutch ambassador to Egypt, on ’Freedom of expression and respect for the other. How to respond if one is offended.’
The speech of Sir Derek Plumbly, British ambassador to Egypt, on ’Freedom of expression and respect for the other. How to respond if one is offended.’
The speech of Mr. Ahmad Māhir, former foreign minister of Egypt, on ’Freedom of expression and respect for the other. How to respond if one is offended.’
The author tackles the recent crisis of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad which has widened the gap between Muslim and non-Muslim countries.
The author examines the US’s changing image of the Arab world.
The author refuted what V.S. Naipaul said about Islam being a disaster for Asia as it wiped out all the public cultures of the countries it conquered. He gave Egypt and Spain as examples of the fact that Islam did not wipe out the cultures of the countries it conquered but interacted with them. He...
V. S. Naipaul, a British-Indian, is known for his great enmity for Islam and Muslims. His books overflow with incomparable obscenities against Islam. He goes way too far in writing about the Prophet. Still he was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature this year. It seems that not writing against...
In his book "The Islamic threat, myth...or reality?" John Esposito answers the question of whether Islam, after the fall of Communism as a universal power, has become the greatest threat for the West. He represents a methodical prognosis of the political positions in the most important nations...
A review of the book ‘Listening to Islam’ by Rev. John Watson, concerning dialogue between Muslims and Christians.
Dr. Hasan Muhammad Wajīh writes about two visits by Prince Charles to Egypt. Prince Charles’ visit to the Azhar in 1995 mainly focused on improving intercultural interaction between Islam and the West. His visit in 2006, however, was marked by a ceremony during which he received an honorary...

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