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The former Dutch prime Minister comments on the Arab-Israeli conflict, the political role of the European Union, the situation in Iraq and the theory of the clashes between civilizations. He also expressed his admiration of Egypt.
The article is an interview with Dr. Nasr Farid Wasel, the former Mufti of Egypt and member of the Islamic Research Institute, about the status in Iraq and Palestine.
The author discusses the issue of the conflict between civilizations, stating that religions, especially Christianity and Islam, are forced into it as a main element. She uses four arguments to refute the proposition of religions being part of the conflict.
Islamic thinker Dr. Zaghloul Al-Naggar believes it is necessary for Iraqi scholars and preachers to cooperate in order to overcome the crisis their country is going through. He adds that these scholars and preachers are able to explain the true image of Islam to the British and American soldiers in...
The head of the Protestant Community Council in Egypt warns Evangelical churches in Iraq against the dangers of certain groups working in Iraq under the cloak of religious activities while having ulterior motives.
The author comments on the opinions expressed by Dr. Yohanna Qulta, concerning the reasons behind the war on Iraq, which he expressed in an interview with the magazine.
The bishops and patriarchs of Iraq asked the head of the Security Council to make the Iraqi constitution include articles that guarantee Christians their religious, cultural, social and political rights.
According to Newsweek, American Christian missionaries will continue their activities in Iraq, where Muslims account for 98% of the population. The International Bible Society will send 10,000 copies of an Arabic book titled “Jesus Christ came with peace” to Iraq. At the same time, the White House...
The article discusses the conditions of Muslims in Germany and the different attempts to get them integrated in German society.
The National Council of Churches of the US, the Islamic Assembly in North America, and the Religious Action Association for Reformed Judaism organized a meeting in the US. Religious leaders urged President George Bush in this meeting to abandon future wars based on preemptive strikes.


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