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In his statements disclosed to al-Shurūq, former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord George Carey said that he still believes that England has a major responsibility in supporting the Syrian refugees regardless of their religious affiliations, stressing the importance of saving and sheltering the...
Background: Randa Muqhār and the Deputy Director, Khaīrī Janbek are one of the first members of the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies in Jordan which established in July 1994. The purpose of the institute is to provide credible academic material regarding interfaith studies. Thus, the...
Samuel P. Huntington was born in 1927, in New York, USA. Huntington had his breakthrough as a scholar in the 1960's. A Google search on the exact phrase "Clash of Civilizations" results in over 1.7 million hits, which implies the influence of Huntington's work. Furthermore, The al-Qāʿidah attacks...
The article is based on a review of a book entitled, ‘Isqāt Nazarīyat Sirā‘ al-Ḥadārāt wa-I‘ādat Taqdīm al-Islām lil-‘Aql al-Gharbī’ [Toppling the Theory of Clash of Civilizations and Re-introduce Islām to the Western Mind] which responds to Samuel Huntington’s theory on the clash of civilizations...
This is an article about American thinker John Esposito, who aims to reach the truth behind Islām and the motives of the Islamic resurgence movements. He established the Center of Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, Washington.
Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib, the president of the Azhar University, blames the eruption of conflict in many parts of the world and the development of the crusades as holy wars on the Catholic Church’s reading of the Holy Bible.
Kāmil Zuhayrī writes about Roger Garaudy [Editor: a French writer and Muslim convert], his books and ideas about dialogue.
Dr. Ikrām Lam‘ī discusses the differences between the clash of civilizations and dialogue. He argues that real dialogue is difficult and requires a lot of effort and is more than just holding conferences between intellectuals or eminent men of religion.
Subtitle:In the 1970s Muslims used machine guns. Now extremists use courts and cases.Algeria cancelled the 1992 elections, which the Muslims dominated, yet it suffered more by cancelling them.The problem in Turkey is the extremism of the secularists.Kamal Attaturk banned Turks from travelling to...
In an interview with al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī, Algeria’s former permanent representative at the Arab League, Dr. Mustafa Sharīf, speaks out on his latest book, ’L’islam, tolérant ou intolerant? ’ [Tolerant or intolerant Islam?], in which he attempts to correct widespread negative perceptions of...

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