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When Madeleine Albright, the former American minister of foreign affairs, was asked about how she felt when half a million children in Iraq were killed as a result of the sanctions imposed on their country, her answer was that it was a very difficult choice. But after putting everything into...
The General Secretariat of the Collecting Center of the Arabic Revolutionary Democratic Dialogue stated that America, in a new imperialistic attempt to stress its control over the world, was preparing to launch a war against a number of countries, at the top of which was Afghanistan. He added that...
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman was interviewed by Egyptian TV to speak about the role of Western media in reporting on the attack in America. The questions directed at him made it obvious that there is a deep mistrust of Western reporting about the Arab and Islamic world. The interviewer believed that...
With the escalating conflict in Iraq between the Sunnis and Shi’ites, many Muslim thinkers are urging Muslims to unite behind their belief in God and the Prophet Muhammad.
The Turkish ambassador to Egypt speaks about Islamic dialogue, particularly in relation to the current Iraq crisis, and the need for dialogue between the Islamic world and the West.
The author writes on the bloody conflict in Iraq between Sunnis and Shi’ites and shows the attempts of Islamic religious leaders to build communication between followers of different Islamic madhahib.
Fathī Mahmoud discusses the sectarian fitna in Iraq, stating that in an attempt to ensure such violence does not spread to Lebanon’s Sunni and Shi’ite communities, the Islamic authorities there have called for unity.
Al-Rikābī responds to Tony Blair’s suggestion that the war on Iraq is God’s will. The author rejects the idea of using religion to launch wars, considering it to be hypocrisy.
The author claims that that it is so hard nowadays to live in the Middle East as a Christian.
Muhammad al-Shāfiʿī mentions a number of definitions of ‘extremism’ from different perspectives.

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