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Understanding the other is about finding similarities and differences, not about compromising our own views, states Father Samīr Khalīl. He also believes that the ENAWU project could be expanded in both its scope and influence and comments on the role of the media in promoting dialogue and unbiased...
In his speech for the launch of the ENAWU network, Prince Hassan bin Talal discusses the need to develop global commons and to promote citizenship for all. He further explains the need to advance one ethical standard for all and the importance of dialogue between different cultures.
A camp is organized between Danes and Egyptians to promote dialogue and increase understanding between the Arab world and the West. Abrār al-Ghannām provides her impressions of the two week camp, highlighting activities and presenting her recommendations for such camps in the future.
‘Umar ‘Abd al-Jawād reports about different opinions regarding the latest conference for dialog between religions.
The author discusses the importance of language, particularly as it relates to the mis-communication that can often happen when languages are being translated due to cultural differences that may not necessarily hold true across cultures and languages.
’Lost History’’ by former U.S diplomat and writer Michael Hamilton Morgan seeks to bridge the gap between Islam and the West and to provide a better understanding of the Islamic civilization.
Translation throughout the Arab world is discussed, in particular the difficultly in marketing and distributing translated works.
‘Ulā Muṣṭafá ‘Āmir reports on the statements of Dr. Muḥammad Sayyid Ṭanṭāwī, the grand Imām of the Azhar, about his willingness to hold meetings with leaders of the Franciscan monastic order to discuss means of mutual cultural and human cooperation.
The Middle East Research Center, at Ain Shams University, organized a seminar titled "Islam and Christianity together facing the claims of the West." The seminar discussed the West’s perception of Islam, especially after September 11.
Samīr Marqus summarizes a lecture he had delivered about religion in international relations, and sheds light on the Vatican Document, believing that understanding the document requires digging deeper in the socio-political background of the Catholic Church.

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