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The following lines shed light on the cancellation of a Jewish conference that was supposed to be held in Cairo. It also discusses the recent Jewish attempts to regain property in Egypt and the reactions of Egyptian sources to the claims.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed that Christians in the Middle East are suffering as a result of being associated with British and U.S foreign policy.
‘Ādil Hammūdah writes a full-page report and photo spread about his visit to the Bahā’ī temple in New Delhi, trying to find answers to questions about who the Bahā’īs are, when and how the Bahā’ī movement started, and what their holy books are.
Bahā’īs are waiting for July 2007 when they will find out the final decision from UNESCO on whether some of their gardens will be recognized as international cultural sites.
‘Abd Allāh Kamāl spots the danger threatening Egypt and other Sunnī countries heading towards converting to Shī‘ah.
The Jews in Egypt agreed to unite and establish one council for all Jews’ organizations and institutions in Egypt.
The author examines the situation of Copts under Islamic rule. He states that the weight of this history makes it difficult for Egypt and other Arab countries to support the principles of tolerant liberalism.
The author attacks Sudanese thinker Hasan al-Turābī, describing him as a failed Sunnī version of al-Khūmaynī. He says that his thoughts are contradicted and twisted.
Ahmad Gharīb and Walīd ‘Urābī claim that Israel has started to propagate the beliefs of an Islamic sect called al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya al-Ahmadīya [Reviewer: The Ahmadī Islamic group], which they describe as a deviant Islamic group that knows nothing about Islam, in an attempt to distort the image of...
Canadian police have arrested 17 terror suspects on charges of planning attacks on a number of buildings in Canada. In Britain, anti-terrorist police hunted for a “dirty” chemical device that they say terrorists could use in attack in the United Kingdom. In Washington, the U.S. Department of...


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