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The author comments on the attempts of the US to intervene in the domestic affairs of Egypt through Copts.
The author comments on a statement that was given by the French Minister of Foreign Affairs titled “Islam and the West between the Past and the Present.” He believes that France is the homeland of intellectual- and cultural tolerance. Despite the fact that there is an anti-Islamic trend in France,...
The author states that the image of Islam in the West, especially in the US, is defamed. The Zionist movement is using all the media outlets it possesses to present a wrong image of Islam. The author interviewed the Mufti of Egypt and the president of the Azhar Inter-Religious Dialogue Committee to...
The article is an interview with Dr. Mahmoud Hamdi Zaqzouq, the Minister of Endowments. He comments on the internal and external challenges of the Islamic nation [umma]. He also comments on the stand of Islam towards the issue of conflicts between civilizations.
The author reports that the Open American University (in Cairo), which is an independent academic institution, has a section for Islamic studies. The author wonders what the US has to do with Islam? Does the US want to have preachers that promote what can be called an American Islam? He adds that...
The author covers the meetings organized by the Goethe Institute with a number of Arab journalists and specialists in Islamic studies and Arab culture under the title “A Dialogue with the Islamic World.” The meetings discussed the image of Islam in the eyes of the West, especially after September...
The writer gives a short and brief analysis of the US attitude towards Islam and its concepts. He presents some historical evidences to support his ideas
The author discusses Muslims’ perspective of the world in the light of the Qur’an and how they should deal with the challenges the West imposes on them. Muslims believe in diversity and coexistence and are against clashes. Their confrontation with the West does not aim at eradicating the West or...
The author raises the question of how to establish modern Arab-Islamic states that can face the challenges they are exposed to and concentrates on the Egyptian society. To achieve this modern state, it is either to replace Arab-Islamic values with Western values– which is disastrous, or to create...
Late this month, the executive council of the Islamic Universities Union in Jordan will examine the establishment of the first Islamic university in Europe. The university is meant to be the center of Islamic ideology and culture in Europe and to work on correcting the image of Islam in the West

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