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The article claims that the West uses double standards in dealing with Arab and Muslim countries, and that this became clear with the Prophet Muhammad cartoon crisis.
Husām ‘Abd al-Qādir believes that the Arab Islamic Conference will come under attack from some Western figures, after its chairman, Fādī Mādī, had revealed his intentions to release documents that he says will give the lie to the "legend of the Holocaust.”
Tharwat al-Kharbāwī argues that corruption has reached an unprecedented level in Egypt, pushing millions of Egyptians below the poverty line. He laments the current situation in Egyptian society and expresses his fears about the future of the country.
Ihāb ‘Abd al-Hamīd examines the origins of the word Holocaust and discusses one source of Nazi ideology.
Ihāb ‘Abd al-Hamīd argues that although the victims of the Holocaust were primarily Jews, others groups regarded as undesirable were also murdered and persecuted, including gay men, Soviet prisoners of war, gypsies and disabled people.
In a recent speech, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denied the Nazi Holocaust against the Jews, describing it as a "myth" promoted to defend Israel. The author argues that there is indisputable historical fact to prove that the Holocaust did take place.
An article about the Muslim Brotherhood’s intent to establish a state that has a religious, and not civil nature, and the attitude of the Muslim Brotherhood towards the Copts.
The author praises those who speak out against Islam, focusing on Wafa Sultan, and Arab woman in the U.S. in whose recent interview on al-Jazeera, she stated that the clash is not a clash of civilizations, but a clash between the culture of the West, and the backwardness and ignorance of the...
Jeff Jacoby argues that though his grandparents, aunts and uncles died at Auschwitz, Austria is committing a grave error by imprisoning David Irving for Holocaust denial, since freedom for the thought we hate, is the true test of freedom of thought.
The author writes on the punishment received by the British historian David Irving and London Mayor Ken Livingstone for offending Jews, saying that this proves that freedom of expression in Europe is not as absolute as one might imagine.


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