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The terrorist actions carried out by Al- Qā‘ida in Iraq are destroying any chance for the Iraqi people to overcome the consequences of the US invasion and re-organize their society.
Dr. Pascal Boniface, the director of the Institute for International and Strategic Relations in Paris and a professor at the Institute of European Studies in the University of Paris, presents a new vision on the conflict of civilizations in his book, “War on terror” or “World War IV”. Rif‘at...
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.
Together with other segments of Egyptian society, Shi’ites claim to be discriminated against by Egyptian authorities.
In spite of Egyptian officials’ affable statements on Shi’ ite-related issues, the Islamic Research Institute is still banning the circulation of Shi’ite books.
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.
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.

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