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On Sunday July 1st., the summer school group left the dormitories to attend a service in All Saints Cathedral (Anglican-Episcopal) in Zamalek, Cairo. 
Among other things, this stimulating workshop helped to make students aware of the problem of stereotypes and how to avoid acting on them. The group was divided in smaller groups to discuss eight photos and four quotes made by individuals on the pictures. For each photo they had to guess the...
Background:In this press conference the Governor of Alexandria, Chancellor ʾIsmāʿīl al-Jawsaqī, answers question on recent developments in the governorate and his views for the future of the city.Side A:The Governor of Alexandria discusses some of the problems Alexandria faces and the efforts being...
Background: Dayr al-Sulṭān is a monastery located on top of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, which the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox community claims to be their heritage. The rest of the tape consists of several interviews with employees of Dutch port business, Slavenburg & Huyser B.V...
Previously, I have written in Arab-West Report about people who have influenced me, such as former Dutch Consul-General to Saudi Arabia, Daniel van der Meulen (1894–1989), who stimulated my interest in the Arab world and Muslim-Christian relations. Syrian-Orthodox Bishop, Samuel Aktash of the Tur...
  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...
A well known Dutch Islamologist has sent a letter to the Dutch prime minister calling for justice in the Middle East and for the Dutch government to take action against what is happening to Palestinians in the Gaza strip.
The following presents a petition filed by the Center for Arab-West Understanding condemning Geert Wilders’ provocative statements in his film ’Fitna.’
The following article presents a brief overview of the visit of a Dutch delegation to Egypt.
The Egyptian Minister of Culture decided that Egypt will contribute a huge stone of Assuan granite to the monument for the Unknown Child in The Netherlands. His decision was followed by the visit of Mirjam and Sil van Oort, two representatives of the Rose Foundation, between December 7 and 17 2003...

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