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At the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, huge groups of travelers and explorers traveled to Palestine and the Levant with colonial objectives.
The author believes the question posed by the University of Oxford "Why do people believe in religions?’’ is strange and frivolous. He refuses to divide humans into religious and non religious categories.
The article is based on an interview with Pope Shenouda III on the occasion of the church celebrations on Easter.
Muhammad al-Bāz presents summarized memoirs of some Coptic figures who engaged in struggles for the welfare of their country.
Bernard Lewis’ new book ’What went wrong?’ contains nothing new. It is a repetition of what Lewis has said about Muslims in all his previous books.
Eight young British Muslims have been put on trial in London on charges of terrorism with insufficient evidence.
German police carry out search operations to catch Islamists suspected of inciting jihād while the Danish government decides to close its embassies in Algeria and Afghanistan out of fear of attacks.
The author accuses the West of double standards and calls for a campaign of solidarity with former French civil servant Bruno Guigue.
A non-Muslim academic established an Islamic center in Oxford. The following lines present an interview with Dr. David George Browning in which he gives information about the center and the surrounding circumstances.
In his interview with al-Sharq al-Awsat, Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī reveals the reasons why he is forbidden from entering the U.K., expressed his opinion about the unremitting Western offenses against Islam and called on Muslim countries to react to the offenses.


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