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Drs. Hulsman and Dr. Burslem provide a detailed report on Muslim-Christian relations based on a review of Dr. Hugh Goddard’s book, commenting on a number of issues including Western perceptions, mis-interpretations, and examples of recent incidents involving Muslims and Christians.
The author of the article provides a randomized review of Dr. Yūsuf Zaydān’s novel ‘‘Azazīl.’ He does not follow the narrative of the novel as much as illuminate the points he wanted to stress: the unpredictable consequences religious fundamentalism can lead to as one should be reasonable and...
An Israeli touristic brochure has claimed that the ancient Egyptian civilization is just Jewish doings and urged Israelis to visit Egypt to see their great ancestors handcraft.
The following lines present a review of Rev. Colin Chapman’s book ’Whose Promised land?’ translated into Arabic as la-Quds li-man?’ [Whose Jerusalem?].
The author reviews the newly established King David Museum and Genealogy Center in Jerusalem, believing that it was built to wipe out the Arab identity of the city by corrupting historical facts.
A defrocked monk distorted a letter in the name of Late Pope Kyrillos VI, addressed to Ben Gurion, the Israeli prime minister at the time. It was proved that the fake monk was seeking revenge against the church authorities that rejected him from a monastic life.
The article reflects on the current situation in Israel and Palestine. The author discusses the various strategies that Hamās and Fatah are taking and analyzes the possible different Israeli reactions to the situation.
The article reviews a lecture delivered by a Salafī da‘iyah, Shaykh Muhammad Hassān in which he considered football as a Jewish conspiracy to distract Muslims from the Palestinian issue, and that Egyptian celebrations for the trophy of their national team of the African cup of nation is harām.
Jamāl As‘ad discusses the issue of the emigration of Christians from the Middle East to the West, and analyzes whether it is a normal consequence of certain socio-political and economic factors or there are conspiracies that target Muslim-Christian relations in this part of the world.
Midhat Bishāy writes about the significance of the birth of Jesus Christ, drawing a link between the celebrations of Christmas and the sectarian incidents in Isnā.

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