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The Moroccan writer and columnist, Layna Kanūsh, strongly criticized the new book in French language ‘Le Nouvel Anti-Semitism en France’ (The new anti-Semitism in France). Written by a number of French psychologists, essayist and social critics, as well as a French cartoonist of Algerian roots, the...
Archbishop ʿAṭā Allāh Ḥannā, President of the Greek Orthodox Bishops of Sabastiyya in Jerusalem rejects the imposition of oppressive taxes by the Israeli occuption authorities on church institutions in Jerusalem and on any other international institutions.
The article talks about the voices from the Jewish community in different countries that reject Israeli policies in the occupied territories. It also discusses the role of the Anti-Defamation League [ADL] that controls the public opinion in the U.S. and a holds great influence over the...
A Christian-Zionist church in the U.S. has encouraged an agent to obtain a license from the U.S., allowing him to establish a church in Egypt without the permission of to the leadership of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The RNSAW asked Ambassador Mohammed Zubeir, Palestinian Ambassador in Cairo, for a response on the radical sermon of Dr. Ahmed Abu Halabiya as published in the RNSAW, week 42A, art. 8. He rejects the statements made by Abu Halabiya and says he does not represent the Palestinian Authority or public.
Excerpts from a sermon given in the Zayed bin Sultan Aal Nahyan mosque in Gaza calling for the killing of Christians and Jews. The text is being distributed by American Copts, International Christian Concern and probably several other organizations in the West.
Hamas, the main Palestinian opposition movement, recently reaffirmed its opposition to the Middle East peace process on the grounds that it would neither enable the Palestinian people to recover their minimum legitimate rights nor realize their national aspirations.
The Jordanian authorities’ unexpected move to close the offices of Hamas in Amman, round up 12 of its members and issue arrest warrants against its leaders marked a turning point in relations between the Palestinian Authority (PA) and the Jordanian government. But the move is expected to have...
Hamas received a serious and surprising blow in Jordan when plainclothes intelligence officers stormed and closed down the offices of four Amman-based Hamas representatives on Monday [August 30, 1999]. They arrested 15 activists. In addition, a summons warrant was issued for the four top-ranking...
Jordan’s clampdown on the activities of the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, is bound to put an end to complaints by the Palestine National Authority and Israel, diplomats and political analysts said on Tuesday.
Palestinian police have detained 90 Hamas activists in the last few days in response to attempts by the Islamic militant group to carry out attacks on Israelis, a Hamas leader and Palestinian officials said on Thursday.
Jordan is ready to relinquish its religious authority over Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem to the Palestinian National Authority, Prime Minister Abur-Ra’uf S. Rawabdeh has said.
Fat-h, the backbone of the Palestinian Authority (PA), suffered a significant setback in recent student elections in universities in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, in what some observers say reflects plummeting support among ordinary Palestinians for the policies of the PA led by President Yasser...
Pope Shenouda announces that allowing the Copts to visit Jerusalem on the occasion of Christ’s 2000 birthday is a problem to which he has not yet found a solution.
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