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Background: The main issues in Sudan at the time (and some are still relevant today) were the unity of South Sudan, self-determination, peace and war, religious/political persecution against Christians and South Sudanese and the Sharīʿah Law. A Southern Sudanese and former Member of Parliament...
ʿAmru Mūsā; an Egyptian politician and diplomat who holds the position of Secretary-General of the Arab Leagueand plays a pivotal role in negotiations around most of the major disputes in the Arab world. Such negotations are in regards to the disputes between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara...
    As southern Sudan prepares to vote this week on a possible secession from the north, Sunnī Khālid says that the African-American community is also divided on the issue...      
The article shows an interview conducted with prominent Islamic Dā‘iyah cAmr Khālid on his opinion about a number of social issues in Egypt.
Key Islamic Preacher ‘Amr Khālid has been heavily criticized on scores of Islamic Web sites for attending a Christmas Mass at St. Mark’s Cathedral.
The article discusses the Armenian genocide during World War One, stressing that unless nations are capable of learning from their history and admitting to their mistakes, that such mistakes will continue to be made in the future.
Cairo churches offer financial and in-kind aid to the refugees of Darfur. The following lines shed light on the refugees’ lives in Egypt.
The prominent Egyptian intellectual Tareq Heggy wrote about a number of topics related to the developments in the Egyptian and Arab arenas, showing his impressions and opinions on these critical issues.
This article talks about an Egyptian nun who has been serving the poor and sick in the Malakal province of Sudan for the past four years. Sister Lisa al-Hakīm stresses that people should give to the poor in times of need, and be thankful for what God has bestowed upon them.
The author considers the phenomenon of Islamophobia in the West. He provides examples of incidents that may have further fueled this phenomenon, including the incident of the “flying imāms,” where a U.S. Airways flight in Minneapolis was temporarily grounded after passengers reported six Muslims...
After the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected Amnesty International’s latest report on Egypt, a number of Egyptian human rights organizations supported the governmental rejection and revealed many weak factors in the report.
During his recent visit to Cairo, Robert Satloff, the executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy [WINEP], attended two symposia at al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies and the Center for Political Research and Studies at Cairo University. In his speech at the...
In his three articles, ‘Abd al-Khāliq stresses the anti-Islamic strategy of the United States and highlights the role of the American Democratic Party to mend the deformed picture of the U.S. in its two sided foreign strategy.
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.
This article concerns a recent interview with former U.N. Secretary General Dr. Butrus Ghāli. The interview gives an indication of Mr. Ghāli’s viewpoints on the hottest issues facing the international community.
Condoleezza Rice’s tour to the Middle East region reveals the new American formula of “moderation versus extremism.”
The fifth anniversary of 9/11 was a strong reminder of the continued war declared by Islamism against the world, and especially the “infidel West.” This article approaches some of the many questions that that have been raised by the war.
The author slams Arab officials’ position regarding the region’s critical issues, asserting that those who are responsible for working for the good of Arabs are working for themselves only.
Some American newspapers are relentlessly waging an attack on Egypt for no reason. The Washington Post is one of the loudest voices criticizing the Egyptian government.
U.S. expenditure in 2005, ratified by the Congress few days ago, devoted $19.8 billion for “external operations” with a major portion for winning the hearts and minds of Muslims and Arabs all over the world.

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