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The author discusses the events of 9/11 and argues that the attacks were the pretext for a frightening campaign against Islam and Muslims.
An introduction to the column reads that Sawt al- Azhar, within the framework of resuming the efforts of Dr. Muhammad ‘Umāra in reply to the lies propagated by Archpriest Zakārīya Butrus, is publishing a book entitled Ajwiba ‘An al-Īmān [Answers about Faith] by author Mustafa Thābit in episodes...
A review of Laurance Pintak’s ’Islam, War and Opinions’, published by AUC press.
Dr. Pascal Boniface, the director of the Institute for International and Strategic Relations in Paris and a professor at the Institute of European Studies in the University of Paris, presents a new vision on the conflict of civilizations in his book, “War on terror” or “World War IV”. Rif‘at...
This article traces the rounds of the conflict between political Islam and the West, the possibilities for leadership of the Islamic world and possible future scenarios, including the victory of Islam, the revival of the Islamic caliphate or the decline and collapse of the Islamic world.
The author discusses citizen’s rights in his country, and the possibility of fulfilling these rights, asserting the need to make constitutional and political reform in Egypt and other countries in the region.
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...
In his book "The Islamic threat, myth...or reality?" John Esposito answers the question of whether Islam, after the fall of Communism as a universal power, has become the greatest threat for the West. He represents a methodical prognosis of the political positions in the most important nations...
The terrorist attacks of September 11 brought to the surface the issue of the clash between civilizations, which was thought to have disappeared with the appearance of globalization. If Muslims reject the idea of a clash being there between civilizations and think there should be a dialogue...
[The RNSAW received this text from Dr. Abu Zayd for placement in the RNSAW. The text was first presented during a conference in June in Berlin, Germany] Since the occupation of Egypt by Bonaparte in 1798 Muslims have had to address the issue of secularization. Some Muslim thinkers believe Islam...

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