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The author responds to the question raised by President Bush “Why do they [Muslims] hate us?” The article mentions numerous reasons for the declared and hidden hatred Muslims feel towards America.
Metropolitan Abba Seraphim’s critique of a paper by Bishop Munīr on the relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt, presented at the annual interfaith dialogue meeting of the Anglican communion and the Permanent Committee of the Azhar al-Sharif for Dialogue with the Monotheistic Religions.
Militarized Islamist fundamentalism, or what is now known as al-Qācida, is responsible for all this death and destruction. They were responsible for the 9/11 attacks and the bombings of the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar el Salaam in 1998, which killed more than 200 people, mostly civilians.
Nova, a major Dutch television program presented on June 13 a number of statements recorded in several Friday sermons in Dutch mosques. The Dutch Daily Trouw reported the TV program, including quotes from the sermons, and followed this up with several other articles. The author gives an overview of...
This article opposes the use of the phrase ´Islamic terror.´ There is a lot of spin, and the media takes it for granted. Islamic Terror exists in the same way and to the same extent as the Jewish Conspiracy and Yellow Peril. In other words, none of them exist.
The general secretary of the Tagammu party, Dr. Rifa´at al-Sa´id accused Montasser Al-Zayyat of writing “Al-Zawahri as I knew him” to settle his account with Al-Zawahri. He said that the book justified terrorism. Al-Zayyat said that the book was a review of the Islamic movements and their positions...
Offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper. Ayad Mossad, chairman Stichting Arab-West Understanding, visited AWR to help and discuss the request for NGO status.
The concept of interfaith dialogue has actually existed since the earliest days of Islam. Recently though, a new concept of intercultural dialogue has emerged.
An example of Christian self-critique with a article from a Christian publication attacking George Bush’s (commonly seen as a staunch Christian) policy on the treatment of detainees (most of whom are Muslim).
In prison, the true character of Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī was shaped. During the course of his trial, he attacked the judges and accused them of being infidels, impressing Usāma Bin Lādin and Ayman al-Zawāhrī, according to the testimony of al-Qā‘ida member, Sayf al-‘Adl, an Egyptian.


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