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This is a representation of the Coptic expatriates’ organizations active in the West.
A court in the U.K. has ruled the extradition of the fundamental cleric Egyptian-born Abū Ḥamzah al-Miṣrī to the U.S. for facing charges of terrorism and links to al-Qā‘idah.
The following lines summarize an interview with Shaykh ‘Umar al-Dīb in which he discusses various current issues. He also announced a possible meeting between the Azhar and the Vatican.
The following is a review of the history of the Jewish existence in Egypt and Jewish synagogues.
Muslims began to emigrate to England after the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869. Now their estimated number is more than one million persons. They have now about 1500 mosques and dozens of Islamic centers throughout England.
A Syrian radical cleric ‘Umar Bakrī has been prevented from entering the U.K. due to media reports on his controversial stances toward the bombing attacks that have recently taken place in Britain. Bakrī, the founder of al-Muhajiroun Movement in the U.K., calls on British authorities either to try...
Rajab al-Bannā, the author, believes that European countries have adopted a new theory against Islam in Muslims living in the continent. He says the theory allows security forces to search and watch every single European Muslim under claims of resisting terrorism.
15 Egyptian independent newspapers refused to publish their publications on October 7, 2007. Other newspapers criticized the gesture and its motivations, choosing instead to express themselves “positively.” Freedom of the press is a pivotal issue in Egyptian media nowadays.
In the article, scores of thinkers comment on the proposed platform of the political party of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group.
The author discusses the reasons behind the Islam-West clash where he sees that religions’ differences are not the reason behind the struggle. Rather, he views the clash as mainly political.


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