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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.
The text of an article published in Newsweek magazine, both English and Arabic versions, about religion in the life of President Bush and why he exploits Christianity to cover the aims of his foreign policy.
Arab media are voicing their frustration about president Bush’s campaign against terrorism that resembles medieval crusaders. Bush is using more religion in his vocabulary than most if any current heads of state of Muslim countries. This is putting pressure on them to use more Muslim religious...
Article with comment. In an angry and inciting tone, the independent weekly Al-Usboa calls for jihad against the US for its impending war on Iraq. It strongly criticizes Arab rulers for their stand towards the war, which they believe is a new crusade and a threat to Islam.
European churches leaders, in consultation with councils of churches in the USA and the Middle East, remain extremely concerned with the continued calls for military action against Iraq by the US and some European governments. The leaders advocate a peaceful resolution of the current conflicts....
Islamic circles in Britain were shocked yesterday by the statements of Lord George Carey, former archbishop of Canterbury (of the Anglican Church), which severely criticized the Islamic culture, describing it as an “oppressive and inflexible” culture. For the first time, fundamentalists and...
The Western, Christian churches took up the idea of militant Christianity from the Byzantine Empire, which was the complete opposite of the Christianity Jesus left behind. The Western Church launched vicious Crusade wars against the Islamic East that lasted two centuries, from 1096 until 1291.
The West has no relationship to religions in the way that we see [religions] in the East. There is a tiny minority who live a life of real faith amidst the mud and the majority who do not adhere to religion. This is in addition to the West’s biased attitude with regard to the Pasliswtinian-Israeli...

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