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Background: The tape begins where the previous tape of the press conference with the-then President Muʿammar al-Qadhāfī left off. In the succeeding tape, al-Qadhāfī continued to comment on regional and global issues like the Yugoslavian war and NATO rising ambitions of world-occupation. The second...
Background: In this press conference, the-then President Muʿammar al-Qadhāfī invited journalists from around the world to tackle the – believed by some – distorted  image global media portrayed about his decision of getting Palestinians out of Libya in 1995. For more information, please refer to...
Background: Opposition leader Mahmūd Jibrīl al-Warfalī discusses his viewpoints on the Libyan regime under Muʿammar al-Qadhāfī. The Lockerbie bombing in 1988 is brought up for discussion. Just days before the sabotage of the aircraft, the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) had warned...
The Libyan president says that Christians and Jews should be given the right to circumambulate the ka‘bah.
The Egyptian press has widely covered Christmas celebrations held by the Coptic Orthodox Church and presided over by Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.
Several Arab governments have recently opened the door to dialogue with political Islam groups after years of tension between Islamists and secularists in the Arab world.
Nearly 130 Libyan political prisoners, including members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, have been released under an amnesty from the Libyan government.
The article is a commendation of Pope Shenouda III, the Patriarch of the Sea of Saint Mark, with a focus on his role in the field of human rights, religious tolerance and dialogue between religions.
The International Islamic Council for Da´awa [preaching] called for an international Islamic-Christian dialogue conference in Libya. The slogan of the conference was “know one another” Participants presented and studied many papers about the concept of “knowing one another” as one of the...
Pope Shenouda III received the Al-Qadhafi Award for Human Rights in Tripoli as a reward for his national and spiritual stands.
The article reports the recommendations taken by an Islamic-Christian conference held in Tripoli. The recommendations affirm the separation between some of the political attitudes of some western governments and Christianity and between Islam and terrorism.
During his visit to Libya to receive the Al-Qadhafi Award for Human Rights, Pope Shenouda will perform a mass for the first time in the history of Libya. Thousands of Egyptian Copts living there are expected to attend the mass.
The author expresses his happiness at the fact that Pope Shenouda won the Al-Qadhafi Award for Human Rights. He believes that giving such an award to the pope means giving it to the whole of Egypt.
The author gives a historical background on Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdel-Wahab and how Wahabism was established in the Arabian Peninsula. He believes Wahabism is an Islamic reformation movement.
A recent symposium held in the Libyan capital Tripoli underlined the importance of interfaith dialogue in confronting the world’s troubles facing and the need to exert more efforts countering attempts to link Islam and terrorism.
A review of articles in the Egyptian press on the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, examining the effect of the demonstrations across the Muslim world on Egypt’s tourist industry and suggestions that governments in Islamic countries have encouraged angry opposition to the cartoons to vent...
Certain parties have managed to dominate the minds of some Europeans and bring them into a state of genuine panic about losing their national identity at the hands of what they called the Islamic cultural invasion. This has been one effective result of the boycott against Denmark following the...
Luzon called for equalizing the Jewish Arabs to the Palestinian refugees, deeming the Arab-Israeli conflict as not one of religions or territory, but rather a fight between democracy and dictatorship.
The World Jewish Congress (WJC) considered the year 2004 as the cruelest in the history of anti-Semitism, pointing out that Muslims were the main reason behind the continued and escalating tone of anti-Semitism worldwide.


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