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The article is an interview with British columnist and parliament member George Galway. He comments on the anticipated war on Iraq, its consequences and the stand of the United Nations towards it. He also comments on the issue of clashes between civilizations.
The events and consequences of September 11 represent the peak of the historical and social development that the Islamic world has witnessed since World War II. This development witnessed agreement and conflict between Americanization and Islamization, which are the two faces of the crisis of the...
Pope Shenouda participated in one of the symposiums of the Cairo International Book Fair. He commented on the expected war against Iraq, President Mubarak´s decision regarding January 7, Christians in the media, the relation between the American Christian right wing and Zionism, whether the...
The author asks the Sheikh of the Azhar to let the Azhar play its role as a noble Islamic Institution. He asks him to travel to Iraq and issue a fatwa about boycotting American products if the US attacks Iraq. He asks him to give his opinion concerning human rights and the economic situation in...
The General director of the Islamic Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (IESCO) speaks about the role of the organization and comments on the problems facing the Islamic world.
Muslim Brotherhood members who attended a conference held by the Bar Association on the Iraqi issue focused on criticizing the policies of the government. They asked the government to stop enforcing the Emergency law and to make a comprehensive political reform that allows Islamists to practice...
German orientalist Tillman Nagel, director of the Arab and Islamic Studies Institution at the German University of Goetingen, speaks about the role of orientalists in explaining Islam to the West. He comments on globalization, the West´s campaign against Islam, the Palestinian and Iraqi issues...
A symposium was held in the residence of the Greek Catholic Patriarchy to discuss the role of Arab Christians in correcting the image of Islam in the West and the stand of the Vatican towards the expected war against Iraq among other issues.
Dozens of Christian religious men in the US urged President Bush to avert waging war on Iraq. They asserted that such a war would be a violation of the teachings of Christ. They published their appeal in a full-page in The New York Times.
The executive committee of the Middle East Council of Churches issued a warning against the scourges that all Arab countries would suffer from if the US attacked Iraq. The committee expressed its solidarity with the Palestinian people.

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