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Mahdī Mustafá reveals the scheme for destroying Arab and Sunnī Iraqis, as designed by three capitals: Washington, London and Tehran. The winning card in their plan is, undoubtedly, the Shī‘ah.
The New York Times reported that Iraqi Christians are escaping the increasing violence in Iraq. A clergyman was kidnapped and killed in response to the pope’s declarations against Islam.
The author discusses the plight of Christians in Iraq.
Muhammad Fawzī asks Dr.‘Alī Jum‘ah about the differences between the Sunnī and Shī‘ah.
Many political and military leaders employ God and religion to realize their own political and murderous aims. The following text deals with historical examples from the past till present time.
From the crusades until now, religion has always been taken as an excuse to wage war. The pope’s recent attitude reveals his political orientation.
While some believe that military struggles should be used to achieve the U.S’s aims, others believe in the necessity of bridging the gap between the United States and ‘the other.’
Majdī Khalīl answers 11 questions that show the world’s state after September 11.
Lectures stating that Christianity is coming to an end in most Middle Eastern countries which is strongly related to Western interference in the region.Media attention for AWR work.
This article discusses the historical origins of the Shī’ah - Sunnī conflict; now expressing itself in Iraq.
The article discusses claims about evangelization campaigns taking place in Jordan.
The author criticizes opinions liking al- Zarqāwī to Che Guevara, a true freedom fighter admired and respected by nations all over the world for inspiring an honorable struggle for liberation from dictatorships, unlike al- Zarqāwī, who will end up in the ash heap of history.
The author argues that terrorism is a complicated phenomena which is difficult to eradicate since its motives and causes still exist.
Fādī Habashī interviews Bishop Mousā, the bishop of youth, and discusses with him the current problems Copts are facing.
The author asserts that Egypt has the ability to face any troubles since the country has a deep-rooted strength supported by a wise leadership.
The article deals with the American International Republican Institute (IRI)’s interference in Egyptian politics by urging political parties to shift their attention from the Iraqi and Palestinian fronts to the internal front and the problems facing the country.
The author reviews a visit paid by former Dutch Prime Minister Professor Andreas Van Agt to Egypt to launch the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU), his lecture and his meetings with Egyptian officials, religious leaders and intellectuals.
President Mubārak is not alone in his opinion that Iraqi Shi’ites are more loyal to Iran than to Iran. Former Iraqi diplomats have the same opinion.
President Mubārak’s statements to al- ‘Arabīya satellite channel have provoked angry reactions among Shi’ites in Iraq. Mubārak said Iraqi Shi’ ites are more loyal to Iran than to their homeland.
Discussion of a plan to set up a safe haven for Christians in Nineveh Valley, Iraq, after the Iraqi authorities prove incapable of protecting them.

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