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Views of Muslim scholars differ over whether to accept the so-called "apology" of Pope Benedict for the remarks he made about Islam a few weeks ago. Nearly 38 Muslim scholars and leaders sent a letter to the pope to indicate their appreciation of the pope’s expression of regret and his affirmation...
Turkī ‘Alī al-Rabī‘ū sheds light on the Egyptian contribution to the study of Islamic movements around the world, particularly the studies published by Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS).
Egyptian television prevents presenting any series that includes actresses who wear the hijāb.
While Europeans seem unwilling for Turkey to join the European Union, European governments seem to recommend it. More profound details about the motivations of both parties are discussed in this article.
On the 15th anniversary of Armenia’s independence from the former Soviet Union, the Armenian ambassador to Egypt, Dr. Rouben Karapelian, gives an interview to al- Ahrām, during which he speaks out about the remarkable economic progress that has been made in his country after its independence and on...
The spokesman and general coordinator of the Egyptian Movement for Change, Kifāya, George Ishāq, has been interrogated by leaders of the movement about his participation in a dubious U.S. conference, held last month in Istanbul, Turkey and attended by a large number of Israeli academics.
The author writes about a conference he attended in Indonesia that has considered ways for Arab Muslim countries to benefit from the experiments of non -Arab Muslim countries and which discussed whether Islamic discourse could be reformed without taking the Arab environment into account.
The article deals with the shift in US policy from their rejection of dialogue with Islamists to their welcoming them in power, as a way to guarantee that American interests in the area remain intact.
The author argues that the killings of Christians that took place recently in Egypt and Turkey signal religious intolerance.
The European Court of Human Rights has condemned Turkey for violating article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, after receiving complaints from the owner and editor-in-chief of a monthly publication [Reviewer: no name given] about the government’s restrictions...

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