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Ayman Muḥammad Rabīʿ al-Ẓawāhirī is a Muslim who claims that he is committed to bring the golden age of the caliphate back, and advocates a violent means of jihād to achieve his objectives. His own native country Egypt, along with many other countries, considers him a terrorist. During the 1990s,...
Thousands of young people from Western countries have gone to Syria during recent years to fight under the black flag of what Prof. Schleifer calls “the most brutal and threateningly successful jihadist group, calling itself the Islamic State.” The British Tony Blair Foundation recently published a...
As a minority within a state dominated by Muslims, Coptic Christians are regularly pictured in Western media as “the oppressed community”. Although a certain degree of discrimination is practiced against Egyptian Christians in their country, Arab-West Report has found that reports on cases when...
*/ The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a draft of a law to create the position of a special envoy to support the rights of religious minorities in the Middle East and Asia with Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan as top priority. The draft was approved by a majority of 402 to 20. [...
One dead and two injured in two explosions in Stockholm, Sweden's Capital on Saturday December 11, 2010. Minister for Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt described it as a "terrorist attack."   Before the attack, Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå (TT) The Swedish News Agency, had received a threat e-mail about the...
  One was killed and two injured in two explosions in Stockholm, Sweden's capital on Saturday December 11, 2010. Minister for Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt describe the act as a 'terrorist attack'.   Before the attack, Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå (TT) The Swedish News Agency, had received a threatening...
While some of the weekly Egyptian publications continue to offer extensive opinion pieces about the Alexandria church attack, instances of such opinions decreased noticeably in the daily papers...
Lutfī responds to ‘Āmir on the subject of his faulty understanding of the salafī approach, citing several examples of the salafī approach leading to and supporting terrorist activities and an anti-moderation that is counter to Islam.
The autobiography of a former Muslim Brotherhood member has been banned by the Islamic Research Academy. However critics expected that it would be heralded by scholars as a warning against fundamentalism.
Subhī Mijāhid interviews Holland Taylor, founder of the Libforall Foundation.
The author comments on the U.S. Commission on International Freedom’s report on religious freedom in Iraq, and the migration of Christians from the region.
Umar Bakrī Bakrī describes the sentence issued against ‘Iz al-Dīn as unjust and unfounded, and reveals the double standards as well as the injustice inflicted upon Muslims who reject the U.S-British invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Ahmad al-Khatīb reports about permitting Sayyid Imām to visit his mother in Beni Swef.
The author presents a series of three articles reviewing memoirs of Moroccan ‘Umar al-Nāsir – the pseudonym of a spy who infiltrated al-Qā‘idah in Afghanistan at the behest of European intelligence agencies.
Rajā’ī ‘Atiyyah writes about false explanations of religious texts that serve political purposes.
Sāmī Hāmid reports about the latest U.S. report regarding freedom of religion in Egypt.
A Web site allegedly related to al-Qā‘idah shows a 10-minute film depicting the catastrophic results of the American and Israeli attacks in different parts of the world.
German police carry out search operations to catch Islamists suspected of inciting jihād while the Danish government decides to close its embassies in Algeria and Afghanistan out of fear of attacks.
The recent controversial Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination conference was prevented from taking place by force. The following lines shed light on the conference’s recommendations and the press controversy it aroused.
Islamophobia vs. Westophobia; two postmodern terms. The article presents Muslims’ points of view toward the issue. Dialogue and moderation seem to be the key issues for eliminating the two terms used by fundamentalists on both sides, as most of the people in the following text explained.

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