Displaying 81 - 90 of 149.
The article shows the distribution of religions among US population and shows how the concept separation of religion and state works there. The most important religion in the US is Christianity, which includes Protestantism and Catholicism. Judaism and Islam, respectively, come after Christianity,...
Members of the Journalists´ Syndicate and intellectuals severely attacked U.S. attempts to penetrate the Arab media in general, and the Egyptian media in particular. They also censured the government for approving the publishing of newspapers that propagate American ideas, while it bans the...
Egyptian opposition and independent newspapers published the news that the American administration cut $3 million of the annual aid given to Egypt and granted them to the Ibn Khaldoun Center run by Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The three million dollars are to be spent on promoting democracy and political...
The owner of a specious center that depends on foreign aid stated that the Islamic Shari´a is a failed project and that its application harmed Islam and Muslims and contributed to the creation of terrorism. On the other hand, the American Senate allocated two million dollars cut from the...
The article is about a crisis in relations between Egypt and the US over the decision of the American administration to cut $2 millions of the annual aid given to Egypt and granting them to Ibn Khaldoun Center run by Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The authors elaborate on explaining the dimensions of the...
Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim confesses that President Bush´s speech on democracy in the Middle East earlier this month came as a pleasant surprise but he has strong misgivings about his unilateral intervention in Iraq and failure to maintain consistent standards toward Palestinians and Israelis. See...
An overview of an article published in a French magazine that criticizes President Bush and his policy. It says that he is the cowboy who sticks to the principles of “God, family and nation
Some American newspapers are relentlessly waging an attack on Egypt for no reason. The Washington Post is one of the loudest voices criticizing the Egyptian government.
The main conclusion of the report is that anti-Americanism is growing in the world, especially in Egypt and Pakistan. The core of dissatisfaction is US foreign policy, primarily in Muslim countries but also among traditional allies of the US.
President Bush stated that the defamation campaign against Islam does not reflect the feelings of his administration nor the feelings of most Americans. Many Islamic and Arab organizations welcome his statement. The author believes that it is not as strong as the campaign and that it is the least...

Pages

Subscribe to