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The following presents an interview between Dr. Hala Mustafa and CIDT interns. Dr. Mustafa comments on her role in the National Democratic Party’s Policies Committee, her opinions on reform in Egypt, critiquing the role of Egyptian security, and the necessary steps needed for reform to take effect.
The article explains various facts about the Knights of Malta, and considers the influence that they may potentially exert throughout Europe and various parliaments and governments.
William Pfaf of the NY Herald Tribune wrote that any US reaction that will hurt others would fan the flames of hatred and resentment against America. Francis Fukuyama wrote, in the French Le Monde, the shock of the attack on WTC may have some positive consequences on the American people like...
In the article, Rajab al-Bannā refers to the crises of the cartoons and the desecration of the Qur’ān in Guantanamo Bay to prove that the West does not respect the feelings or even the reactions of Muslims when their religious symbols are scorned.
The author discusses the issue of the conflict between civilizations, stating that religions, especially Christianity and Islam, are forced into it as a main element. She uses four arguments to refute the proposition of religions being part of the conflict.
The author believes that the US contradicts itself as it launches wars and pressures other countries to apply its concepts of democracy, human rights and religious tolerance while it violates all these concepts. He gives overviews of articles in American papers to support his argument.
Citations from articles published in the Western press and from statements by American Christian men of religion expressing hostility against Islam. The author calls upon the Azhar and Arab media to defend the “threatened Islam.”
The international Coptic conference held in Washington, DC is considered the first of its kind, due to the combination of participants, and the media attention the conference has attracted.
The leader of Zionist-Christianity gave many prejudiced declarations about Islam. The Herald Tribune criticized his declarations, stressing that the opinion of Zionist-Christians in America represent only a small minority.
The Sunday Telegraph reacted to the pressure from a number of prominent Coptic businessmen by publishing a statement signed by 2000 Copts rejecting the allegations and lies propagated by the paper about persecution of Copts in Egypt.
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