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The article argues that the American ambassador David Welch in Cairo has the right to express his opinions in which he defends his government, and he also has the right to criticize the Egyptian press. The author expresses his hope that the Egyptian ambassador in Washington, as well as all Arab...
Fundamentalist Muslims make the vanguard of what a French thinker described as a "third-world anti-imperialism movement”.
Muslim immigrants abroad are looked upon by the West as a group whose culture calls for violence and terrorism. Immigrant group’s adherence to the Islamic dress and their tendency to reside in closed residential areas so as not to mix with the natives [Europeans] enhanced this belief in the minds...
[The title is a play on words of the name of the Muslim Group of Takfir and Higra] We have to give up our useless approaches in dealing with the world. We have to adopt an approach that is based on tafkir [thinking] and not on takfir [accusation of unbelief]. We only have to count that number of...
Arab media are voicing their frustration about president Bush’s campaign against terrorism that resembles medieval crusaders. Bush is using more religion in his vocabulary than most if any current heads of state of Muslim countries. This is putting pressure on them to use more Muslim religious...
The ongoing polarization between the Western and Arab worlds is quickly spiraling down to a confrontation which will cause great damage to both the Western and Arab worlds. That polarization can still be avoided but only if people are willing to understand the causes of this polarization and are...
Dr. Gunter Mulack, Commissioner for the Dialogue with the Islamic World of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stressed the need for dialogue between the West and the Arab world to avoid increasing tensions and develop an understanding between different cultures. Many of his views concur with...
During the celebration of his appointment to a full professorship at the University of Leiden, the president of the university delivered a speech in which he described (Dr.) Nasr Hamed Abu Zeid as the silent intellect. However, “there is a historical moment when the intellect breaks his silence and...
Dr. Watson wrote for the RNSAW is widely used and admired by those concerned with the study of Islam and Christianity. No other similar service is available in the West. Watson wrote the international context of the RNSAW is most significant because of Professor Samuel P. Huntington’s thesis on the...
Robin Cook, the British Foreign Minister, has praised the friendship and tolerance between religions in Egypt. In a special statement to Rose El-Youssef, Cook said that he felt very comforted visiting the area of old Cairo, where mosques are so close to churches...

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