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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.
The paper examines the history of Christian Zionism, an active movement that strenuously supports Israel, and which is particularly strong in the U.S.
The author warns against what he calls a new phenomena called Islamophobia, which started to spread in the West after the September 11, 2001 attacks, noting that it will have repercussions in the near future.
The Middle East Council of Churches [MECC] has formed a new committee of Muslims and Christians that will be in charge of reacting quickly towards issues related to the Middle East.
The article tries to answer the question whether the U.S. will really succeed in Americanizing Islamic culture. It examines the attitude of the U.S. toward the Arab and Islamic world after the September 11 attacks. A few months following September 11, the American Administration flagrantly demanded...
The article is about the relation between Nazism and Zionism. The author argues that this relation goes beyond structural similarity and ideological interaction, as there is a certain tangible relation between both [ideologies].

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