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  Interviewers: Quinta Smit, Eline Kasanwidjojo   Language of interview: Arabic not mentioned (original interview), English (presented transcript)   Interpreter: ʿAmr Sharīf   Transcript: not mentioned   Approval: Approved by interviewee     Interview with ʿAlī Khafāgī, Secretary General of the...
Missionaries are expelled from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The traditional churches there complained about some missionary groups who belong to unknown new Protestant churches and come to Jordan under the umbrella of charitable organizations to preach to Muslims and Christians in an attempt to...
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman and Mads Akselbo Holm discuss the media coverage and accounts of the South Korean Christians who were being held hostage by the Ṭalibān. The authors show this issue contributed to a negative Muslim image of Christian missionaries.
Dr. Muh...
The Korean hostages in Afghanistan violated their government’s recommendations not to go to Afghanistan and exploited the misery of poor people to convince them to change their religion and convert to Christianity. The author also blames the Azhar for its support of the group of missionaries.
North Korea and South Korea summarize the features and implications of the Cold War era, and show that one group chose poverty, suffering, and backwardness, while the other group chose progress, welfare, and production.
The Center for Arab-West Understanding presents its annual report for 2006, highlighting the objectives achieved and the goals for the upcoming year. 2006 was landmarked by growing toward the Center for Arab-West Understanding, and laying the basis for an electronic documentation center.
The article discusses claims about evangelization campaigns taking place in Jordan.
Using the example of the differences between Ghana and South Korea, which in the 1960s had similar incomes per head, but which had completely diverged by the 1990s, Amartya Sen argues that one should avoid attributing the difference simply to culture, أ  la Huntington. Sen then challenges...
The article gives excerpts of the address President George W. Bush gave after the attacks in America. Bush thanked the world for its outpouring of support. He pointed out that all the evidence they gathered pointed to Al-Qaida group led by Usama Bin Laden. He stressed that America’s enemy is not...

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