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The four main issues discussed in the AWR editorials are: comments and critiques on the media, Muslim-Christian and Arab-West relations, AWR activities and attention for its work and finally difficulties in running AWR
Great uproar was created following the publication and circulation of a photo of the Grand Imām of the Azhar Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī shaking hands with Shimon Peres in the Conference for inter religious dialogue that was held at the UN in New York.
‘Abd al-Mun‘im Mahmūd writes about the development of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah and its changing policies.
The article mentions books that have been banned or approved by the Islamic Research Academy.
The author interviews Emad Gad, a Coptic academic who specializes in the study of Israel and its society. He comments on the current tensions, and hopes for the future, as well as his opinion on Muslim-Christian relations within Egypt itself.
Nabīl Zakī refutes the claims that Israel is a democratic and civilized state that accepts religious diversities, listing statements by Jewish rabbis as well as stances of Israeli movements that reject the existence of non-Jewish in Israel, which might nip any attempts of peace in the buds.
Nabīl Zakī, the author, says that the U.S. as well as Israel have been exploiting religion in serving their colonial policies in Palestine.
Nabīl Zakī criticizes the U.S. Department of State’s report on the status of religious freedom in Israel and the occupied territories, believing that the report disregarded innumerable racial practices by the Israeli government against religious freedom.
The author in this article wonders about the sources of Israel’s security tips about terrorist operations to take place in Sinai.
The IPRCI wrote: "Following our assessment of what is happening to Palestinian society any people requested we provide a similar assesment regarding Israeli society. Fortunately for us, Yoel Marcus from Haaretz published a piece in the independence day edition of Haaretz that, we believe, correctly...

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