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Prof. Dr. Ahmed Ghobashy, a lecturer of modern and contemporary history at the Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development, proposed on July 3rd that Egypt can be seen as the cradle of religions. 
Robert Mackey of The Intercept wrote that President Donald Trump, not Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar, is the one who accused American Jews of double allegiance.
The Times published a report by its correspondent Richard Spencer, in which he spoke about Egypt's interest in rebuilding its relations with Jews. The report, translated by ʿArabī 21, indicates that up until 2010 Egyptian and Jews had been secretly celebrating the Jewish New Year (Rūsh Ḥashānā)...
Political and social theorist Sir Isaiah Berlin famously compared nationalism to a ‘bent twig’, ‘forced down so severely that when released, it lashed back wit
  The Arab world counts dozens of Muslims and Christians who converted to Judaism; a topic that is very controversial, as converting to Judaism is considered allying with the Israeli enemy. The majority of converts come from Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Kuwait and Morocco. Their reasons to convert to...
Women dressed in black, with hijāb over their heads and others with crosses in their necklaces have shown solidarity with the loss of Nadiah Shihātah Harūn.
MEMRI TV Clip No. 6274 highlighted the November 5 interview with firebrand lawyer Nabīh al-Waḥsh, who stated on Egyptian TV, “I'm proud to be anti-Semitic,” and “if I see any Israeli, I will kill him.”
MEMRI TV Clip No. 6274 highlighted the November 5 interview with firebrand lawyer Nabīḥ al-Waḥsh, who stated on Egyptian TV, “I'm proud to be anti-Semitic,” and “if I see any Israeli, I will kill him.”
Ben Tzion, a blogger and writer for the Times of Israel, shared on his Instagram account pictures of himself in the city of Medina visiting the Prophet's mosque, Islam’s second holiest site. To confirm that his photos were not fake, Tzion in one of his pics points to his name in Hebrew letters...
The final statement issued by the International Symposium, which concluded in Fez, called for the United Nations to adopt a law criminalizing hate speech against the three monotheistic religions, similar to the anti-Semitism laws.
Following the Second World War, Germany began to heal the deep wounds that affected the German character. There's no doubt that one of the thorniest issues that the Germans dealt with wisely after the war was the anti-Semitism and the restoration of relations with Jews. Especially given the deep...
 Muftī of the Republic A’lī Jum’ah condemned attacking Islamic and Christian tombs in the city of Yāfā in Palestine by extremist Jews and writing provocative racial expressions on them.  
This article pertains to the status of Human Rights in Egypt, through the reporting of the US-based Human Rights Watch. A report from the HRW states that human rights in Egypt are deteriorating for a number of different groups throughout the country. Religious discrimination of Copts and Baha’is...
The article in Al-Akhbar, November 19, 2004 [AWR, 2004, week 47, art. 13] resulted in a discussion about reversal of values, something that has happened often in the history of writing 'history' and 'counter history,' including Jewish-Christian history with accusations [anti-Semitism] and counter-...
The Islamic Researches Institute in the Azhar refused to circulate a book written in English titled "Only and True God" by Rodney Stark. The book accuses Muslims and Christians of being idolaters.
The outlines of the hostile image of Islam in Western culture, which has prevailed following the events of September 11, have three overlapping theoretical approaches. The first approach is about the relationship between Islam on one hand and Christian and Jewish holy books on the other hand. The...
The article gives different views on Sheikh Amr Khaled and his way of preaching. It also shows the criticism leveled at Christian journalist Mofied Fawzy because of his comments on Khaled and the issue of the veil, and how Fawzy responds to this criticism.
The truth of the ?Protocols of the Elders of Zion? and the character of Hafez Naguib are still the focus of most of the articles commenting on ?Knight without a horse.? Rose El-Youssef reports that the series is against killing Israeli civilians and militants and considers resistance as terrorism.
Al-Ahali, Rose al-Youssef and October magazine approached four Christian scholars and clergymen and asked them to explain when, where and why Zionism penetrated Christianity and how Christianity can face Zionist Christianity.
The author calls on Arabs, whether Christians or Muslims, to work to solve the problem of Jerusalem through means of peaceful co-existence with Jews and constructive political and economical relations with Israel. He strongly rejects the policy of boycotting which clears the path for Israel to...

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