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The Egyptian-German Dialogue held recently in Germany aimed at finding out how far the religious movement has affected democracy and diversity.
The speech given by Lord Carey, former archbishop of Canterbury, at the opening of the second theological college in Alexandria.
The author compares the poor conditions in which journalists work in Arab countries.
A government study in the Netherlands has expressed pessimism regarding the future of Moroccan migrants.
More discussion on the second article of the Egyptian constitution, which reads: "Islam is the religion of the state and Arabic its official language. Islamic jurisprudence is the principal source of religion.”
In his interview with Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, Ibrāhīm al-‘Arīs, discusses the current position of the Arab world, when it will stop deteriorating and what role intellectuals can play.
Several Arab governments have recently opened the door to dialogue with political Islam groups after years of tension between Islamists and secularists in the Arab world.
Fātima talks about her life as a Muslim in the U.S and explains how she perceives Islam and its preaching, as well as her own view about the attacks of September 11, 2001.
The review examines different opinions about the visit of Muslim dā‘īya [a person who calls for Islam] cAmr Khālid to Denmark and his conference there to establish dialogue with the Danes about Islam and the need to reach an understanding between the West and Muslim nations.
Al-Ahram Al-Arabi devoted a six-article file to Islam in the Maghrib (Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania). The first and sixth article concentrate on mosques in the Maghrib, as a reflection of the history of Islam in the region. The second article deals with the development of the religious...


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