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The authors criticize the silence of key religious institutions in Egypt over recent events in Lebanon.
Martin Accad argues that there are many misunderstandings about certain realities in the Middle East, the first of which has to do with the use of the term "terrorist." He also discusses apocalyptic forms of Islam and Christianity, and how people can help the situation.
The article deals with religious reform in the Arab world as a first step on the road to progress amidst formidable problems concerning national income, unemployment, poverty, illiteracy and lack of basic education for children.
Salāma continues his review of a German congress about the dialogue of cultures, and more specifically, about the separation of state and religion and the role of religion in democracy.
The author speaks in this article about a religious revival in Germany and the relationship between the secularist society there and religious institutions.
Relations between the Anglican church and some Jews are strained after a vote in the Church of England’s General Synod concerning investment in companies profiting from Israel’s illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories, in particular Caterpillar Inc., an American machinery company.
The speech of Mr. Tjeerd de Zwaan, Dutch ambassador to Egypt, on ’Freedom of expression and respect for the other. How to respond if one is offended.’
The speaker of the Italian Senate, Marcello Pera has launched a train called “The West Express” with the aim of warning Christian Europe against what he describes as the Islamic threat.
The blessed month of Ramadan and the Christian Holy time of Advent coincide this year. Thus, they become one among many signs that make Muslims and Christians nearest in affection. The attacks of September 11 were condemned by the authoritative voices throughout the Islamic community and among the...
The article gives a historical overview of the conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland. The conflict started at the beginning of the last century because of discrimination by the Protestant majority against the Catholic minority. The British bias towards its Protestant...


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