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A review of a book by Milad Hanna calling for a culture of mutual acceptance and the emphasis on national identity over a sectarian religious identity, as well as some background information on Dr Milad Hanna himself.
The world in which we live has two ends. The first end had practically occurred on the day of collapse of the Nazi Germany at the end of the Second World War. The second end of the world will occur "suddenly" when the most devastating and most savage third world war erupts because it, at its most...
Strange religious and non-religious groups with very strange and potentially dangerous ideas concerning the dawning of the third millennium after Christ are beginning to be become known. This article is a summary of an article downloaded off the Internet (from California Net).
[also published in Al-Sha’ab, April 13, 1999] The article gives some background on Salman Rushdie.
An Alexandria prosecutor has decided to charge 19 members of a dissident sect for religious contempt, judicial officials announced on 25 March.
In this interview Mohammed Hassan talks about the current state of Islam work worldwide and says that the existence of several Islamic groups is a healthy phenomena. He says the United States will fall down because this is God’s law. He also says that Muslims are responsible for the retardation of...
To the more hardline of Britain’s 1.75 million Muslims, this month’s 75th anniversary of the destruction of the Islamic State (Khilafah) by modern Turkey’s secularist founder Mustafa Kamal is a stark reminder of the West’s enduring hostility to Islam.
The article deals with the principle of being tolerant with people who follow other religions. " We should remember that it is our task to make Islam known to them and to give them a good idea of our faith, because God has sent the message of Islam to all mankind."
An overview of the position of Copts in Egypt.
Fundamentalists, in particular the Islamist variety, relate to religious concepts, including the concept of Jihad, in an instrumentalist approach which is nearly always absolutist, that is, it entails an absolute assertion of one, generally de-contextualized, aspect of religion and a total...


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