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A group of prominent experts from different academic backgrounds and ideological orientations, both Muslim and Christian, discussed whom the Regensburg lecture was really aiming at and how the current crisis could be constructively faced. They called for a reconsideration of the basis on which...
The statements of the pope about Islam confirm “many often heard prejudices about Islam” says Prof. Wagīh, who is a member of the Higher Islamic Council of Egypt.
This text was the author’s contribution to the round table discussion on the lecture of Pope Benedict XVI, held by the Program for Dialogue of Civilizations (PDC) at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, November 2, 2006.
The author reflects on the life and experiences of Michael Fitzgerald, the new Apostolic Nuncio to Egypt and the Roman Catholic delegate to the League of Arab States and the significant future contributions he can make to Christian-Muslim dialogue.
Arab-West Report Editor in-Chief, Cornelis Hulsman, asked Archbishop Fitzgerald, the Catholic nuntius in Egypt, about the statements of Pope Benedict on Islām. Archbishop Fitzgerald speaks Arabic, knows the Islamic world well and plays Qur’ān important role in Muslim-Christian dialogue. The...
Drs Hulsman analyses the lecture of Pope Benedict, noting that the text showed that his lecture was unfortunate but the translation made it even worse. The report notes several translation mistakes from the original German text to English. The Arabic texts were then translations of the English....
Responses on AWR’s special report about Pope Benedict’s lecture. Recommendation of an interesting article about Islamophobia online.
The review takes up varied opinion articles in the Egyptian and Arab press about the statements of Pope Benedict XVI of the Roman Catholic Church in which he purportedly attacked Islam and the Prophet Muhammad in a lecture he gave in a German university.
A review of the statements made in response to statements made by Pope Benedict XVI of the Vatican in Germany which sparked anger from many Arab and Islamic countries as well as from Muslim communities in Europe. Calls were made for a clear official apology.
Dr Hulsman analyses the lecture of Pope Benedict, noting that the text showed that his lecture was unfortunate but the translation made it even worse. The report notes several translation mistakes from the original German text to English. The Arabic texts were then translations of the English....

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