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The Center for Information and Documentation Israel (CIDI) in The Hague leveled flagrant criticism against Arab media. It accused Arab people of believing in conspiracy theories and of calling for hatred of Jews. The author states that the CIDI claims that “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” is...
Egyptologist Lutfi Sherif led an AWR-visit to the land of Goshen in March 2003 and knows the discussion of archeologists on the Exodus quite well. Excavations in the Eastern Delta have become politically sensitive. This article mentions that the claim that the tomb of Alexander the Great was found...
Rose Al-Youssef reported in its issue of June 21-27, 2003 about “Jewish extremists accuse Sharon of being lenient” [AWR, week 25, art. 11]. The article gave the impression that some fringe “nuts” are generally accepted by Jews while in fact the vast majority of Jews are embarrassed by such radicals...
The translation of Henry Ford´s “The International Jew” into Arabic and publication by Al-Shorouq Publishing House will sadly hurt the image of Arabs in the West, as Ford´s book is unquestionable anti-Semite.
Bat Ye´or´s “The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam” is an example of polemical literature. The book, among other similar writings dominant in the West, shows that Islamic concepts are deliberately misrepresented in the West – which causes frustrations among Muslims. But much polemical...
The Egyptian weekly Akher Saa published a number of articles with the title: “They sow hatred, malice and war.” [AWR, 2003, week 4, art. 26; week 6, art. 33; week 7, art. 37] The ‘they´ in the title refers to Israelis and Jews. Akher Saa lifts out negative statements on Arabs and Islam from Israeli...
Many people in the West accused the Ramadan series A Knight Without a Horse of anti-Semitism. Egyptians denied this. The series is evaluated in this article. The conclusion is that A Knight Without a Horse served as an outlet for Egyptian frustration of being helpless observers of Palestinian...
The article in Aqidati of January 28 seems to be intended to wipe up sentiments against Jews and Israel. There are plenty good reasons to criticize Israeli brutal policy towards the Palestinians but this article doesn´t do this but focuses on an aleged report to destroy Mecca and the Ka´ba and thus...
Zāhī Hawwās, head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, refutes the claim that the Jews built the Pyramids.
One of the most renowned British publishers has issued two editions of ‘Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel’ which examines Zionist terrorism.

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