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Egypt has won a seat in the UN Human Rights Council with unprecedented international support.
The head of the Pentecostal denomination, ‘Azīz Morgan, sent several letters to the Australian Government to save Rev. Karam Girgis who escaped to Australia after being sentenced in absentia to three months in prison.
The Knights of Malta and al-Qā‘idah are religious-military organizations established to drive enemies away.
Muslim women in Europe are under increasing pressure to abandon the niqāb.
Muslim residents of the Italian city of Vigevano sent a message to the Roman Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to the city. They praised the role the pope plays in spreading international peace and understanding.
Attorney of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah Muntasir al-Zayyāt intends to file a lawsuit in Italy on behalf of Cleric Usāmah Hasan Muṣṭafá, known as Abu Umar, who was kidnapped from Milan by the U.S. intelligence, abused and extradited to the Egyptian authorities.
The writer presents famous examples of successful Egyptian women in the diplomatic corps who played great roles in the political and diplomatic fields.
International Religious Freedom Report 2006, released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
The author reviews the relation between religion and the state in many parts of the world.
An adviser to the U.S. State Department said that no extradition request has been received from Italy, but that even if one were, the U.S. will not agree to extradite American officials to Italy.

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