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al-Aḥrār published a file about the three minorities in Egypt: Copts, Shī‘ah and Nubians. The file sheds light on the historic backgrounds and the current situations of these minorities. Nāhid al-Nibrāwī, editor of the file presents an observation of reality and viewpoints of minorities leading...
Nabīl ‘Abd al-Malik attempts to sail deeper to the roots of the current socio-political, economic, and cultural crises storming the Arab and Islam worlds. He believes that Egypt, at the heart of both worlds, is affected by the changes taking place in the region, which appears in the sectarian...
The author criticizes Egyptian scholar Zaghlūl al- Najjār’s opinions that tsunami, as well as any natural disasters, occur as punishment from God to countries that welcome infidel tourists, and permit gambling or the consumption of alcohol.
An interview with Dr. Jalil Roshandel on the impact of Jihād on international security. He discusses differences in Sunnī and Shī‘ah thinking, nuclear weapons, and the impact of prejudices beliefs of terrorism on individuals.
According to officials in Athens, the number of Muslim women participating in this year’s Games is the lowest since 1960. Several Muslim countries have sent no women athletes at all; others, such as Iran, are taking part with only one, in full hijab. (Editor’s Note: Egypt sent three women; all in...
British Home Secretary Charles Clarke has not ruled out another wave of bombings. Prime Minister Tony Blair has said the persons involved in the recent 7/7 bombings in London have offended Islam by acting under the name of Islam.
Khātimī became one of the most famous Muslim clerics to visit the Vatican since the pope’s controversial speech in Regensburg.
The latest terrorist attacks in Algeria and Morocco were a considerable warning of the increasing power of the Islamic groups in general and that of al-Qā‘idah in particular. The attacks sparked world wide protests and many people attributed them to the U.S. strategy in the Middle East.
Kurds will never be main players in their region because of their reliance on the American occupiers, who will eventually, accompanied by their agents, leave.
Dr. Hatim al-Tahāwī comments on Pope Benedict XVI’s lecture in Germany and his comments about Islam.


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