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Subtitles:The leaders of terrorism who have escaped to London.1- The escaped terrorist Adel Abdel Hamied raises funds from the Islamic center to finance terrorism.2- Moustafa Hamza leads the training in the terrorist farms in Sudan.The author discusses the West’s involvement in terrorism in...
Subtitles:(1) Dr. Sai’d "The report of the Azhar does not differentiate between criticizing Sheik Abdel Sabour Shahein and attacking the prophet Yosef"(2) Judicial resource "there is a difference between freedom of thought and writing with malicious intentions"(3) The Center of Law Research "...
Subtitle:Jewish Orientalist Shatel "our only aim is to humiliate Islam by stubbing out Islamic doctrine"The secular war waged against Islam by its enemies is becoming fiercer. They have launched this war by stirring up cases that are considered, from the secular view point, a kind of...
Samīr Murqus gives a snapshot on the history of Christian-Zionism.
Majdī Khalīl answers 11 questions that show the world’s state after September 11.
The Coptic Catholic Patriarch’s deputy, Bishop Yūhannā Qultah, has called for deleting words like: ‘Israel’ and ‘Jerusalem’ from all Coptic services. He says such words support thoughts of Christian Zionism, which is strongly rejected by Christian teachings.
The author continues to refute the idea of Christian Zionism, saying that the idea of settling the Jews in the land of Palestine was strongly encouraged in many European countries and helped the Jews consolidate linking their settlement in Palestine to biblical beliefs and prophecies.
The author continues this series of articles, refuting the idea of Christian Zionism, saying that the idea of settling Jews into the land of Palestine was strongly encouraged by many European countries. This helped the Jews consolidate the link between their settlement in Palestine and biblical...
Stephen Sizer’s controversial book ‘Christian Zionism’ brought him accusations of anti- Semitism. Rose al-Yūsuf interviewed Sizer in Cairo during his tour around the Middle East.
The author discusses the term "Christian Zionism" and its origin and argues that Zionism should not be described as Christian on the grounds that the Catholic and Orthodox churches as well as mainstream Protestants have rejected Zionism on a religious basis.
The author analyzes the history of the crusades against Arabs and Muslims. He sees that these wars shaped what can be called the clash of civilizations.
This article explains that the war between Israel and Lebanon was not religious but was rather interest-related. It then goes on to clarify some misconceptions about Christianity.
The article discusses the belief rampant in extremist circles in the US and Europe about the end-of-the-world battle of Armageddon. Many voices consider the Israeli war in southern Lebanon to be the final confrontation between the forces of good and evil.
The author links Israeli practices and the massacres in Lebanon and other Arab countries to texts of the Torah and urges Arabs to take a strong diplomatic stance and protest the killings and havoc in a neighboring Arab country.
A book about Christian Zionism that is essential for the understanding of the religious dimensions of American support for Israel.
The author reviews the opinion of an Evangelical figure, Rev. Nasr Allāh Zakarīyā, on allegations propagated through a book by Christian-Zionists discussing claims that the Messiah is going to be a politician and from the military.
The author reports about a lecture by American theologian Steven Sizer refuting the allegations propagated by so-called Christian-Zionists and their repercussions for the Palestinian issue.
In a symposium held a few days ago at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, the Reverend Dr. Stephen Robert Sizer lectured on the “danger of the growing influence of Christian Zionism over the world.”
The Arab team for the Islamic- Christian dialogue is going to the U.S. to meet with American institutions and organizations to explain the perils of the Christian Zionist Movement.
The author defines the term Christian Zionism through reviewing the history of the United States since it’s establishment.

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