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The article speaks of a landmark bill in Turkey giving its citizens the freedom to register whatever they want in the religion section of their identity cards.
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 International Zionist Agency warns the Jews in the world in general, and the Jews in Europe in particular, against having relations with Muslims, even if those Muslims are moderate. The Agency thinks that there is an unbridgeable ideological gap between Jews and Muslims, and that Muslims who...
The German police staged raids in four cities and detained four people who are suspected for planning terrorist attacks. These raids were carried out in coordination with the Turkish and Lebanese police.
The culture of violence is the set of values, set in a specific time and space promoting physical and attitudinal violence along a spectrum, against individuals or properties, or symbols.
President Ahmet Necdet Sezer of Turkey has vetoed an amendment to the country’s new penal code that would reduce penalties for teaching unauthorized courses on the Koran.
The letter sent by Eric Edelman, former US Ambassador in Turkey, to the Turkish minister of religious affairs, Muhammad Eden, about Turkish anti conversion tactics, opened a hot debate about the protestant encroachment into the society and the dilemma of identity versus benefits of the European...
A committee to defend the Armenian cause has staged a sit-in at the Burj Hammoud court, close to the Armenian residential and commercial compounds in the Lebanese capital Beirut. They protesting a visit by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Lebanon, who was scheduled to have talks with...
This press review tackles the Sunni-Shiite clashes in Iraq, the Egyptian initiative forwarded by top Sunni Muslim scholars in Egypt to bring an end to the violence, and the exchanged assaults on the shrines of both sides.
The author reviews the Muslim Brotherhood’s international organization and its investments, including al-Taqwa bank, which was accused by the Americans of financing the activities of Usāma Bin Lādin.

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