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America does not follow the right way of combating terrorism. The terrorist political-religious organizations in the Arab-Islamic world aim at overthrowing the established Arab and Islamic regimes. If America wants to win the Arab-Islamic countries to its side in the anti-terrorism war, it should...
The Taliban ruling Afghanistan denied recent reports about its agreement to exchange two Americans, who were accused, with another six aid workers, of Christian missionary activity in Afghanistan, for Omar Abdel Rah...
Salāma continues his review of a German congress about the dialogue of cultures, and more specifically, about the separation of state and religion and the role of religion in democracy.
The article outlines the confessions of the terrorists who were accused in the case of those "Returning from Afghanistan and Albania." The confessions uncover the methods of recruitment and the planning of terrorist operations. Some of the terrorists were convinced of the concept of jihad against...
Mullah Mohammed Omar, the leader of the Taliban is challenging the greatest power in the world. Is it imaginable that the helpless Afghans, without food, clothes and medicines, will be transformed into powerful fighters? He is doing wrong to the Jihad, to Islam and the Muslims by dragging them...
The article gives information about the geography and demography of Afghanistan and its economic indicators. This is in addition to a historical background that has to do with the Soviet occupation, the civil war and the Taliban government.
The author is of the opinion that glorifying terrorism and presenting terrorists to the public as the fighters who confront the devils is more dangerous than practicing terrorism. He added that many of the sources of terrorism are products of Western establishments or were supported by them. One...
After the recent case of a Muslim man, who attempted to convert to Christianity in Afghanistan, the author argues that Germany has a responsibility to stand up for Afghan’s human rights.
The article discusses the Egyptian-Iranian deal to hand over a number of Egyptian-Afghans who have been living in Iran for more than six years. It also mentions the Iranian veto against handing Ayman Al-Zawahri, the second most important man in the Qa´ida and Khalid Al-Islamboli, the brother...
Metropolitan Abba Seraphim’s critique of a paper by Bishop Munīr on the relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt, presented at the annual interfaith dialogue meeting of the Anglican communion and the Permanent Committee of the Azhar al-Sharif for Dialogue with the Monotheistic Religions.
While the British Ministry of Interior is reconsidering granting asylum to a previous officer of the Taliban, British sources revealed that the former minister of sports (during the reign of the Taliban) lives in London as an asylum seeker.
Some parents of the students, accused of providing support to the Palestinian people through the Al-Wa´ad organization, asked the Egyptian president to intervene and reconsider the status of their sons. They argued that their sons responded to the call to support Palestine by joining the group...
The writer interviewed the director of Goethe-Institute Aegypten, Heiko Sievers, and asked him about his future plan to promote cultural dialogue between Europe and Egypt and the Middle East in general.
Ahmed Abdel-Rahman, who is supposed to be a leader in Al-Qa’eda organization and the son of the spiritual leader of the Egyptian Gama’at Al-Islamiya, was detained in Kabul. His family asked for his acquittal, claiming that he had no relation with Al-Qa’eda organization.
The author believes BBC, CNN and al-Gezira have not provided objective reports about the war against the Taleban and the Al-Qa’ida movement.
With the news about the death of Abu Hafas Al-Masri, the third most important man in Al-Qa’eda organization, the Western intelligence services have directed their attention to Seif Al-Adel, the new military leader of Al-Qa’eda. Al-Adel is an Egyptian fundamentalist whose name was included in the...
Taliban refused to renew visas given to three western diplomats who are waiting in Kabul to meet their citizens working in rescue agencies. The citizens are accused of Christian missionary activity in Afghanistan.
A year after Washington launched a deadly missile strike on Afghanistan, the target, alleged terrorist Osama bin Laden, remains at large while Afghans continue to live under threat of further strikes.
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