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This article concerns a recent interview with former U.N. Secretary General Dr. Butrus Ghāli. The interview gives an indication of Mr. Ghāli’s viewpoints on the hottest issues facing the international community.
The author of the article presents a book written by Dr. Sa‘īd al- Lāwindī, former correspondent to al-Ahrām in Brussels and Paris, on Islamophobia in the West.
Due to its concern about cross- civilization dialogue, France has called for a Euro-Mediterranean forum to eliminate the cultural gap that divides its coasts.
Last week two mosques in south and north-west France were attacked by vandals, who daubed the walls with scrawled swastikas and racist slogans. French Interior Minister Nikolas Sarkozy condemned the vandalism, noting that attacks on places of worship are intolerable. The minister called on...
This article discusses the sequestration of foreign newspapers in Egypt, in the light of the decision to ban three foreign newspapers accused of offending Islam.
This paper was written for the occasion of the U.N. International Day of Peace, September 21, 2006, and discusses the topic, the Bahā’ī Perspective on World Peace. In the historical analysis at the beginning, an internalization of trade and law is analysed with the development of a tight network of...
Subtitles:A phenomenon that worries international intelligence agencies; Cooperation between Sunni and Shiaa groups to establish a unified organizationItaly has become the base for the activities of the extremist groups smuggling weaponsClaims that Osama Bin Ladin is attempting to establish an...
The largest spiritual gathering in France was held recently to show Westerners that not all Arabic speakers are Muslim and that there are a significant number of Christians in the Middle East too.
Subtitle:Signing a 21 million pound restoration contractEgypt’s minister of culture has signed a contract of 21 million Egyptian pounds to restore the famous Hanging Church bringing to an end a 15-year-old dispute about the restoration of the 5th century church. The aim is to develop...
Last week, Mrs Suzanne Mubārak joined French President Jacques Chirac in opening an international cultural forum, the Paris Conference, at the International Conference Centre in the city. The forum involved a number of cultural workshops in which some 200 journalists, researchers, activists from...

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