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The article sheds light on the increasing calls for freezing the Interfaith Dialogue Committee after the murder of Marwah al-Shirbīnī at the hands of a German extremist inside a courtroom in Germany.
The four main issues discussed in the AWR editorials are: comments and critiques on the media, Muslim-Christian and Arab-West relations, AWR activities and attention for its work and finally difficulties in running AWR
Western interference in the Middle East started long ago and has continued right up to the present day, with no apparent end in sight. This relationship is the key focus of Robert Fisk’s book ’The Great War for Civilisation’. The book describes in detail Robert Fisk’s experiences as a journalist in...
Arab-West relations are complicated and controversial. In this paper Bāhir Dukhān, an Arab-West Report intern, has analyzed the Egyptian media from 2003 to investigate how the media affects Arab-West relations and how the Egyptian press covered the events leading up to the 2003 U.S-led war on Iraq.
Friedman questions how long Obama’s honeymoon period will last when he is in office. However he believes will have to help the U.S and co-operate with the U.S administration to promote freedom in the world.
In Iraq, the persecution of Christians continues and many Christian families are leaving Mosul for Baghdad while there are estimates that a third of the Christian population has left the country.
Sanā’ al-Sa‘īd interviews Pope Shenouda.
The author comments on the U.S. Commission on International Freedom’s report on religious freedom in Iraq, and the migration of Christians from the region.
Christian communities in the Orient and their declining numbers are discussed in the following article, as well as some of the reasons behind this decline.
Jamāl Abū al-Futūh comments on a few-minute long video clip that spread like wildfire via mobile phones among Egyptian youths about the execution of a teenage girl. The clip claimed that the girl is a Copt being stoned because she embraced Islam.

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