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ʿAmru Mūsā; an Egyptian politician and diplomat who holds the position of Secretary-General of the Arab Leagueand plays a pivotal role in negotiations around most of the major disputes in the Arab world. Such negotations are in regards to the disputes between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara...
Public anger against Israel grew yesterday (August 20) after the death of 5 Egyptian soldiers shot dead by the Israeli army, as thousands of activists rallied in front of the Egyptian Embassy in Tel Aviv demanding the expulsion of the ambassador.
Coptic students resort to isolate themselves in “ghettos” in Egyptian universities to avoid the hostility of Muslim students in general and Islamists in particular. The other students refer to the Coptic places of meeting by Jewish names.
Judiciary independence and national pride are dominating the Egyptian reactions to the US threat to cut aid to Egypt on protest to the seven-year imprisonment sentence given to Saad Eddin Ibrahim. Ibrahim’s American wife says that the crisis will be solved in Egypt without American pressure.
Dr. Elana Gomel, a Russian Jewish immigrant to Israel, is the author of the 175-page book ‘You and Us.’ She says Russian Jews, whose number exceeds one-sixth of the Israeli population, have merged quite well into Israeli society but did not find the promised land they sought.
The author reviews the history of the Azhar University. He argues that the university still exists in the world of knowledge.
A new book, The Secrets of Judas: The Story of the Misunderstood Disciple and His Gospel (Harper, San Francisco, 2006) examines the Judas event from biblical, historical and Gnostic perspectives and exposes the recent media hype about the betrayal story as altered in the Gnostic text known as “The...
The former Dutch prime Minister comments on the Arab-Israeli conflict, the political role of the European Union, the situation in Iraq and the theory of the clashes between civilizations. He also expressed his admiration of Egypt.
The author presents the views of the “other” towards Islam in light of some western books. He then states his own perspective on Islam.
The author comments on the suicide operation committed by two young British Muslim men in Tel Aviv. He criticizes British papers for considering the fact that they are Muslims without taking into account that they are British.


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