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One of the most essential elements of the Zionist project revolves around a clear and accurate definition of the Jewish identity.  This definition has been quite hard to pin down due to two main factors.  The first is the relationship between the Jewish diaspora, the Jewish community living outside...
Dr. Wasīm al-Sīsī believes that Egyptians are more likely to be the chosen people of God than Jews as they have the long-standing civilization, sciences, and ethics that Jews lack. He also believes that Jews have stolen the heroic stories of the Pharaonic kings and wrongfully recorded them in their...
The author gives a brief review about the Book of Exodus.
Abraham Burg, former speaker of the Israeli Knesset and one of the most well-known leaders of the Israeli leftist party, surprised everyone with his anti-Israel statements. He accused Israel of being the only racist state world-wide. Israeli newspapers attacked Burg and presented his statements as...
Pope Shenouda spoke about the importance of accepting the other. He said that Zionist Christianity was confined to some Protestant denominations. He criticized the idea of God’s chosen people and said that the activities of emigrant Copts were reactions to and not actions against what happens in...
The American-Israeli relationship is not only a political relationship. It has a religious dimension that is very much linked to political and military circumstances. This religious dimension has to do with the effect of Zionism on Christianity. American Christianity believes that the Jews are God...
The Religious Brotherhood Organization discussed in a seminar how Arabs should explain the West the Israeli assault on Christian and Islamic holy places. Why did Christians in the West not demonstrate in support of the Church of the Nativity? What is the relationship between that lack of support...
It is true that many Qur´anic verses mention that God preferred Jews to the whole world. However, God favored the people of Israel to all other peoples only when they believed in the Torah and obeyed His orders. God also promised them with the Holy Land. But when Moses asked them to enter the...
The roots of Jewish racism emanate from their belief that they are the chosen people of God, a matter that had affected them psychologically and brought them to think that they are the purest race.
The Jews believe that they are superior to all human races and that they are the center of the world and history because they are "God’s chosen people." Zionist thinkers frequently adopted perspectives that deepen such racial beliefs. Their perspectives were supported by racial principles stated...

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