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Muḥammad Reżā Pahlavi was born on October 26, 1919 in Tehran to Shah [King] Reżā Pahlavi and al-Mulūk, he became the King of Iran in 1941 after his father stepped down. During a state visit to West Berlin in 1968, demonstrations broke out denouncing the Shah's human rights violations and autocratic...
Sources: The government of Yemen is considering severing diplomatic relations with Iran Sources have revealed that the government of Yemen is considering severing diplomatic ties with Iran following attacks by students on the Yemeni Embassy in Tehran. This comes after Iran has expressed its...
The article discusses two Iranian women who are breaking the mould in the conservative Islamic society in the country.
A discussion of Christians in the Middle East, their history and ongoing struggles.
This article expresses alarm about the situation of Arab Christians in light of the sectarian feuds that are troubling Middle Eastern countries like Iraq and Lebanon.
An analysis of the impact of sectarian sedition on Arab policies.
The author comments on Pope Benedicts XVI’s controversial statement while making extreme statements about the nature of Islam.
Drs. Hulsman criticizes the well-known American Evangelical writer Dr. David Aikman for presenting an article in support of Pope Benedict’s main arguments about Islām, claiming Islām not to be a religion of reason. Hulsman finds Aikman’s arguments an oversimplification and therefore doing injustice...
Head of the U.S. Coptic Association, Michael Munīr, changes his political discourse and calls on the necessity to work in Egypt which raised a strong disagreement between him and expatriate Copts.
The author discusses the conference held in Iran to deny the Holocaust, and wonders why there is no conference being organized to counter these accusations.
In this article the author condemns the denial made by several Arab and Muslim intellectuals of the Holocaust, referring to the conference that took place in Tehran in this regard.
The article reports on the activities of a youth gathering entitled, ‘Creation and Religions as Sources of Unity’ that took place between November 30 and December 2 in Aleppo, Syria.
The author opposes a party or a state based on religion, and uses Iraq as an example of a country cursed by religious state and parties.
The article gives a brief review of the Bahā’īs’ ‘Most Holy Book,’ which they believe was revealed by God to their prophet Bahā’ Allāh.
Umnīyah al-Najjār writes about a controversial conference that was recently held in Tehran on the Holocaust.
‘Ādil Darwīsh criticized the two-day conference entitled, "Review of the Holocaust: Global Vision," recently hosted by Iran to examine whether the Nazi Holocaust, in which six million Jews and millions of Poles, homosexuals, Africans, gypsies and Russians were killed, actually happened....
The author of the article, Zayn al- ‘Ābidīn al-Rikābī, believes that the Sunnī- Shī‘ah sectarian conflict in Iraq is playing into the hands of the United States, which, he says, is now trying to divide the Middle East along ethnic lines. Explaining the significant doctrinal disagreement between...
Husām Suwaylam writes about the declarations made by General John Abizaid that the world will face a third World War if the growing Islamic extremism is not controlled.
A discussion about a conference on human rights, the innovation of religious speeches, the relationship between religion and the state, the economic progress of non-Arab Muslim countries in Asia, and problems of applying Islamic laws with regard to marriage, divorce, and inheritance in non-Muslim...
‘Ādil Hammūdah writes a full-page report and photo spread about his visit to the Bahā’ī temple in New Delhi, trying to find answers to questions about who the Bahā’īs are, when and how the Bahā’ī movement started, and what their holy books are.


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