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Mr. Joe Stork, Human Rights Watch, Washington, sent a letter to the editor commenting on Bishop Mounir’s definition of persecution. He only differed with the Bishop in that persecution could involve actions that are perpetrated by persons or groups other than the government or "the majority."...
The author expressed his surprise at the fact that while Arabs and Muslims condemn the West’s tendency to accuse all Muslims and Arabs of being criminals once an Arab and or a Muslim commits a crime, they behaved as if they had been accused and hurried to apologize for something they had not done.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman was interviewed by Egyptian TV to speak about the role of Western media in reporting on the attack in America. The questions directed at him made it obvious that there is a deep mistrust of Western reporting about the Arab and Islamic world. The interviewer believed that...
The author comments on the issue of the American intervention in changing the educational curricula, especially religious, in Arab countries. The US claims that such curricula is responsible for the hatred Muslims have for the US and that is why it is planning to change it. The plan is now...
The article is about a crisis in relations between Egypt and the US over the decision of the American administration to cut $2 millions of the annual aid given to Egypt and granting them to Ibn Khaldoun Center run by Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The authors elaborate on explaining the dimensions of the...
Two years ago Meunier organized a campaign against Hulsman for an article in Christianity Today. Hulsman responded with a letter in an effort to continue an exchange of views but Meunier chose never to respond despite repeated questions to do so. This letter is now made public.
Cornelis Hulsman and Michael Meunier first met on July 1, 1999. Meunier followed a very aggressive tone of questioning but in the end they agreed to exchange information. It was Hulsman´s aim to engage in dialogue. He sent lots of background reports the RNSAW had produced on July 7. Meunier...
Arabs are continuously receiving information that seems to indicate that the US indeed launched a crusade against the Islamic world. Some of this material originated with Christian leaders and organizations in the US and was misinterpreted in some Arab media. It is dangerous to continue feeding the...
Al-Usbua´s reporting about US interference in Egyptian curricula is the result of polarization between US-government and Egyptian authors who no longer trust information of US government sources. These authors are basing their information on sources they trust but this may result in...
It has become evident that the lack of a clear-cut definition of terrorism has been a key reason for the failure of the US-led ‘’War on Terror’. The lack of precise definition means that the war has constantly just expanded to include often unrelated phenomena, areas and states.

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