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  Last week, an Amsterdam court found Dutch politican Geert Wilders not guilty of inciting hatred against Muslims. AWR Chief Editor Cornelis Hulsman argues that Wilders' inflammatory statements about Islam should not be protected by Dutch law.   There is a full-text available for this summary if...
Flyers that were recently handed out by Salafīs in Cairo described values of democracy as a violation of the law of God and proclaimed that the civil state "equates between citizens in their rights and duties, even if God has created differences in them." Egypt’s Salafī movement is generally...
Grand Sheikh of the Azhar Ahmad al-Tayīb said no one can impose on Muslims anything that runs counter to their faith, adding the issue of homosexuality should not fall within the concepts of freedom.
The meeting of the Egyptian-European Council was the scene of a heated debate between the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Shūrá Council and the Papal Nuncio in Cairo regarding Pope Benedict's recent statements regarding the protection of Middle Eastern Christians.   According to...
Heated international political controversies and events continue to associate Islam with violence and intolerance.
Lam‘ī reports on the western inference in the Middle East region and the role of Arabs in resistance. 
This article describes a recent seminar in the Supreme Council for Culture concerning the impact of the Crusades on the societies of both the East and West.
This article deals with the issue of the portrayal of the Prophet in satirical form, and Muslim reactions in the Netherlands.  
The American Religious Freedoms Committee does not feel satisfied with the verdict issued acquitting the four Muslims accused of killing a Copt. They described the verdict as a reflection of the absence of justice in dealing with the violent sectarian incidents between Copts and Muslims which,...
The author highlights an article by British journalist Robert Fisk on the conditions of Christians in the Middle East.  

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