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The Institut Du Monde Arabe (IMA), in Paris, France, is presently holding a major art exhibit showcasing famous religious works of art, both Christian and Islamic.
The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi told the Editor-in-Chief of Asharq al-Awsat that he was not that stupid to attack Islam and the Islamic civilization and that Islām was a great religion. Still, many articles in this week’s papers criticized his statements about the Western...
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher declared that the attacks in America were not condemned strongly enough by British Muslims. She added that the people who attacked the two towers of the WTC were Muslims and that Muslims should prove that this terrorism was not Islamic. British...
Many writers tackled the issue of Islām and terrorism in this week’s papers. Mustafa Mahmoud commented on the West’s attitude towards the ritual Islām and the political Islām. The Christian writer Fikry Makram Ebeid gave a list of most of the non-Muslim terrorist groups and concluded that...
Italy’s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi stated that he read about Islām and found out that all of what he read was absurd and could not be compared to the Western civilization, which he said was superior to Islām. He also associated between Islam and those who are anti-globalization and said...
Police authorities finally arranged a meeting between prisoner Abū ‘Umar and his family after detaining him in an unknown location for three years. Abū ‘Umar had been arrested by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and its Italian counterpart, in Milan in 2003 over his alleged relations with...
News has spread about two miracles that were carried out by the late Roman Pope John Paul II. Officers of the Vatican are searching for the truth of the news, saying that they will declare the late pope a "saint" if they prove a third miracle, as the rules of the church command.
Some European countries and the Russian Federation have taken legal steps against terrorists who allegedly planned to launch violent attacks.
The author discusses immigration problems in Europe, especially coordinating different countries’ immigration politcies.
The president of the Azhar University, Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib, analyzes the lecture of Pope Benedict XVI at the University of Regensburg two months ago.

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