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If Irving was tried and condemned for his viewpoints who would try our intellectuals, officials and clergymen who individually or collectively deny the human massacres which occurred in the Arab region such as Darfur in Sudan, Halabjah and al-Dijīl in Iraq.
The author of the article presents intellectuals’ views questioning the Holocaust.
The article reports the release of the British historian David Irving, charged with denying the Holocaust.
Dr. Amīn Makram ‘Ubayd introduces himself to readers of AWR, wanting to dedicate his efforts “towards a mission of progress energized by a will to see obscurantism defeated, fanaticism vanquished and poverty conquered.” “Writing,” Dr. ‘Ubayd writes, “associated with a fair degree of research, put...
Hani Labeeb wrote to al-Usboa criticizing the reaction of some Coptic religious men towards the serial "Awan al- Ward," as being extremist. Two articles in al-Ahram praised the series, confirming that there is love between Muslims and Christians. The writer of the serial told al-Raya al-Masri...
The article sheds light on a report issued by the Immigration Bureau in Vienna on the Islamophobia phenomenon.
The article reports on public opinion and official stand points on the European constitution and Turkey’s membership in the EU
Yesterday Germany marked the anniversary of the anti-Jewish pogrom, known as the Kristallnacht or Crystal Night, with the inauguration of Europe’s largest synagogue in the heart of the German city of Munich.
The author speaks about the publishing of the first Islamic newspaper in German, its importance and aims.
The author criticizes an article that appeared previously in el-Shaab which "attacked Copts without any reason, and accused them of being mercenaries, agents for the C.I.A." and "traitors." But, says the author, Jews created this issue. Copts abroad become panic-stricken because of the...
Subtitle:The case is closed and the murderer is knownIn the past three months three Egyptians have been killed in Europe. The third was a businessman in Holland. "The case is closed and the murderer is known" is the conclusion of the author. Overseas authorities do not care for the death of...
The author presents some of the challenges facing Muslims in Europe and calls for laws facing Islamo-phobia, as opposed to anti- Semitism, in Europe.
The author writes about Sūfism, asserting that claims that it is responsible for Muslims’ backwardness are untrue.
The author talks about the cartoons which insulted the Prophet Muhammad that were published in many European newspapers. It caused a crisis between Islamic countries and the West, particularly with the European Union.
Ākhir Sā‘a reports on the spread of Sufism in Europe, particularly in Austria, noting that many Europeans believe Sufism is the heart of Islam and the way to get rid of terrorism.
The author focuses on the Coptic library of Mar Marqus which contains a large number of rare manuscripts and books, as well as Pope Shenouda’s decision to appoint 40 Coptic public figures to the library’s board of trustees.
AWR asked our former intern Maria Roeder, a student of media science at the University of Jena in Germany, to summarize a study commissioned by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Interior about Austrian media reporting on Muslims and about media from countries with Muslim majorities reporting about...
Analysis of the Denmark cartoons issue by Dr. Hasan Muhammad Wajīh, expert of linguistics of negotiation and cross-cultural communication at the Azhar University and moderator of the April 15, 2006 discussion at El-Sawy Culture Wheel on ‘Freedom of expression and respect for the other. How to...
In this article Bishop Yohanna Qulta gives an overview of the history of the Crusader wars. He expressed the opinion that in order to study the history of the Crusades, we have to remove Islam and Christianity as motives for them because, they were not directed at Islam although they were fought...
The attacks of September 11 brought forth feelings of rage against everything that has to do with Islam. Wearing a veil is considered to be an explicit sign of Islam and its political attitude. The West has attacked the veil considering it a sign of Islam and its attitudes. The West’s attack on the...

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