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Many think that the extremist Christian Right is more dangerous than Bin Lādin and al-Zawahirī. This is true because Bin Laden is an extremist Muslim who does not organize policies of the Islamic and Arab world while the Christian Right has the power to formulate Western policy, especially that of...
In the second incident targeting Christian missionaries in Lebanon, a Jordanian living in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, was killed with an explosive device that was put in front of the flat of his neighbor, a Dutch missionary.
During the period of the Crusades, Catholic eyes have always been watching the riches of the East and its inexhaustible coffers. The Catholics then just covered those brazen worldly interests with the Christian faith.
The author believes that Jacksonism, in relation to Andrew Jackson, the sixth president of the US [he is the 7th president of the US], is behind the current polices of President Bush towards Arab and Islamic countries. He gives a summary of a book by Walter Racal Mid [spelling is probably incorrect...
When various denominations of Protestant Christianity judaized Christianity they created the root of Christian Zionism that is ruling the US today.
If Muslims now represent one quarter of the world’s population, they represent half the believers in heavenly religions. Islam represents strength, vitality and expansion, even beyond its borders. Whereas there is retardation of Christianity in the West in reaction to expanding secularism, which...
The author believes that it would be much better if Bush listened to the anti-war voices of Eastern Christians rather than those of Zionist Christians in his administration. He stresses that Eastern Christians are against the coalition between Jews and Zionist Christians and are in solidarity with...
The article touches upon the background of the anti-war attitude of both Pope John Paul II and the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
The author believes that one of the expected consequences of the war against Iraq is a religious war. Realizing this dangerous fact is one of the reasons behind the anti-war attitude adopted by the different Christian groups all over the world. He made it clear that Iraq is an Islamic country and...
A comparison between the anti-war attitude of Pope John Paul II and the Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir in Lebanon on the one hand and the consistent pro-war attitude of President Bush on the other hand. The author criticizes Bush and his seemingly religious appearance.

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