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Authors in several newspapers are calling for appeasement in Arab and Muslim countries over the problem of the Danish newspaper’s cartoons, though many are still furious over the cartoons. A few authors do not consider boycotting Danish products a nice solution, while others propose that an...
Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten reiterated its apology to the Muslim world over the cartoons it had published on September 30, 2005, which nourished antagonistic sentiments against Denmark. However, the newspaper editor Carsten Juste refused to pledge to not publish any more articles or cartoons...
Nāhid ‘Izzat writes that while some Muslims are being attacked in the West, some objective officials and writers are doing their best to correct the Western false perceptions about Islam, and in Austria, it has even been decided to allow the Adhān [call to prayer] inside the parliament building.
A press review of attitudes to the Muslim Brotherhood and its role in the new parliament, criticism that the group is putting party politics over the Egyptian people, and statements by leading figures in the group questioning the Holocaust.
An international conference on Islam in Vienna discussed in November a number of issues concerning Islam and its relation to the West. Egyptian Minister of Endowments, Dr. Mahmoud Hamdī Zaqzouq was invited to the conference to lecture on Islam’s position on globalization.
Many people around the world believe that anti-Semitism and anti-Judaism are one the same thing. Despite being Semitic, Arabs have always been accused of anti-Semitism.
British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw spent hours this week negotiating with Germany over the issue of Turkey’s accession to the European Union.
‘Amr Khālid has had a remarkable march to fame as a dā‘iya.
In an interview with Sawt al-Umma, ‘Adlī Abādīr responds to accusations of inciting sectarian strife, receiving foreign funds and working against Egypt’s national interests.
The author finds an Muslim preacher in Vienna who challenges his preconceptions of Islamic leaders in the West.
Kurt Krenn, the bishop of the St Poelten Diocese, west of Vienna, cautioned against the “Islamization” of Europe. The bishop, known for his controversial comments, claimed that international terrorism is linked to Islam. He stated that Islam and Christianity cannot form a political entity and he...
Pope Shenouda III, the Pope of Alexandria and the Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark consecrated a new Orthodox church for expatriate Copts in Vienna. The consecration came in the last day of the Papal visit to Austria that lasted for four days. (Similar news was reported by Asharq Al-Awsat, July...
A Christian-Muslim Dialogue Group from Europe explored Muslim-Christian relations in Upper Egypt and found a very different picture from what is usually reported in Western media.
The Christian-Muslim Dialogue Group from Austria visited Egypt with the desire to discover a new context for Muslim-Christian relations that might inspire their own practice of Christian-Muslim dialogue in Europe. The group experienced dialogue at very different levels, from religious leaders and...
Results of a visit of the Christian-Muslim Dialogue Group from Austria.
The author asks how Muslims can face the Orientalists whose goal is to defame Islam in Western minds, and falsify history, showing Islam in the worst image possible. The answer involves the entity and religion of the Muslim nation, as well as its culture and civilization, past, and future. Some...
The author asked Pope Shenouda how we can debate with Jews in light of their greed? Can negotiations and debate achieve a positive result with them? And when? How can we make religions co-exist? Is Christianity really close to Judaism, because its belief in the Old Testament? Or are there...
Doaa Darwish interviewed Drs. Cornelis Hulsman for the European Local Service of the Egyptian Radio on the conference on Media and Interreligious Dialogue in Vienna, Austria, the work of the RNSAW. The interviews will be broadcasted in three consecutive weeks on Tuesday November 21, Tuesday...
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman had been invited to give a lecture on his work for the RNSAW at a conference on "Media and Interreligious Dialogue" in Vienna, Austria on November 8 and 9. The conference had been organized by the International Press Institute in Vienna, the Department of Communication Science...
"No compulsion is there in religion" is a rule which Islam has set, respecting other heavenly religions [Judaism and Christianity]. It has even set rules of Shari’a concerning dealing with followers of other heavenly beliefs...
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