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A member of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs blames Western education and Muslims for the hostility between Islām and the West.
The authors discuss successful experiments of German and Danish Media. They believe that it would be easy to implement in the Arab world. However, to guarantee its success, it needs to change its method of dealing with the events, and to be able to compete with the other mass media in order to...
On the sidelines of a conference held by the Royal United Services Institute, British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett urged moderate British Muslims to play an active role in combating terrorism and to act as ambassadors for Britain in countries with large Muslim populations, particularly...
Some European countries and the Russian Federation have taken legal steps against terrorists who allegedly planned to launch violent attacks.
Egyptian journalists met with Danish officials and journalists and members of the Muslim community in Denmark to try to bridge up the gap that widened after offences against Islām.
The author discusses immigration problems in Europe, especially coordinating different countries’ immigration politcies.
Qāsim Ahmād, the spokesman of Islamic organizations, asserted that Islamic organizations would appeal the judgment against the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Dr. ‘Alī al-Sammān, the former chairman of the Azhar’s interfaith dialogue committee, says the Arab-Israeli conflict is the root of all evil worldwide, adding that there is no clash between religions but rather a political influence that uses religion to attain its objectives.
After the strong controversy surrounding the offensive Danish cartoons, a Danish court declares the responsible paper innocent, which aroused the anger of Islamic organizations in Denmark.
The speech of Australia’s Muftī, Shaykh Tāj al-Dīn al- Hilālī, during the holy month of Ramaḍān in which he described women who do not wear the veil as ’uncovered meat’ that attracts sexual predators caused heated controversy around Australia yesterday.


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