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In a series of articles, entitled, ‘The Perils of a Religious State,’ Jābir ‘Aṣfūr, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Culture, examines the first calls for the establishment of a religious state and warns of its dangers.
The writer objects to and criticizes the Fatwá issued by the previous Egyptian Muftī Dr. Naṣr Farīd Wāṣil which proclaimed Ṣaddām Ḥussayn a martyr because of his persecution by the Americans.
The author reviews three books on Islamic studies.
Head of the U.S. Coptic Association, Michael Munīr, changes his political discourse and calls on the necessity to work in Egypt which raised a strong disagreement between him and expatriate Copts.
The author discusses the conference held in Iran to deny the Holocaust, and wonders why there is no conference being organized to counter these accusations.
In this article the author condemns the denial made by several Arab and Muslim intellectuals of the Holocaust, referring to the conference that took place in Tehran in this regard.
The article reports on the activities of a youth gathering entitled, ‘Creation and Religions as Sources of Unity’ that took place between November 30 and December 2 in Aleppo, Syria.
The author opposes a party or a state based on religion, and uses Iraq as an example of a country cursed by religious state and parties.
The article gives a brief review of the Bahā’īs’ ‘Most Holy Book,’ which they believe was revealed by God to their prophet Bahā’ Allāh.
Umnīyah al-Najjār writes about a controversial conference that was recently held in Tehran on the Holocaust.


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