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The Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Youth, Bishop Mūsá expresses his opinions about many issues concerning the Coptic Church, President Husnī Mubārak and the second article of the Constitution.
The controversial movie ’Fitna’ aroused heated discussions concerning Arab-West and Islam-West relations. The airing of the controversial movie, caused Western and Arab countries to reconsider their relationships with each other. The conditions of Muslims have become more prominent and the...
Islamophobia vs. Westophobia; two postmodern terms. The article presents Muslims’ points of view toward the issue. Dialogue and moderation seem to be the key issues for eliminating the two terms used by fundamentalists on both sides, as most of the people in the following text explained.
Hamzah sheds light on what she believes to be the “provocative” stances and declarations in Pope Benedict XVI’s latest “historic” visit to the U.S. She also writes about “the mutual interest” between the Vatican and the U.S. president and the mutual message of Christianity and Judaism in the world.
A conference entitled, ‘A celebration of heresy…critical thinking for Islamic reform,’ to take place in the U.S. at the end of the month will bring together Muslims from all over the world to discuss issues such as Sharī‘ah, women’s rights, and democracy in Islamic countries.
The article discusses a new Iranian film that will depict the life of Christ from an Islamic perspective. The film is entitled ’God’s spirit,’ and is considered to be an Islamic response to Mel Gibson’s ’Passion of the Christ.’
The article discusses two Iranian women who are breaking the mould in the conservative Islamic society in the country.
Mustafá Bayyūmī talks about how cinema features human feelings and sexual desires of men of religion.
‘Abīr ‘Atīyah reports on the statements of participants in a workshop organized by the One World Foundation for Development and Civil Society Care [No link found] entitled, ‘The future of Islam streams in the parliaments of the Arab world.’
Hānī Labīb presents a book that documents a meeting of the Christian youth in Syria in 2001. The conference discussed the problems of identity and national belonging of the Christian youth in the Arabic countries.


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