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A letter of recommendation for Arab-West Report and the work of the Center for Arab-West Understanding from Lord Carey of Clifton, former archbishop of Canterbury.
A seventeen-year old Muslim girl has been prevented, according to a court verdict from the highest legal authority in Britain, from wearing hijāb [headscarf] at her school, the author writes.
The Muslim community in the UK reacts to their political marginalization.
A three-day conference was held in the Swiss city of Zurich under the title of “Egyptian Copts … a Minority under Siege.” The conference, in which some suspicious agencies participated, started on Thursday and concluded on Saturday. A look at the titles of the papers discussed during the conference...
Lecture about the need for understanding between Muslims and Christians. Presented in AWR as background to the lecture in Cairo, July 2004.
The British Islamic Council welcomes the statements of Home Secretary David Blunkett about new laws for fighting inciting religious hatred against Muslims. The Council pointed out that draft laws which will be brought before the House of Commons to be endorsed, are just the “first step” in the...
In a country proud of old traditions of respecting public freedoms, the new law under debate by the House of Lords has triggered a fuss because it grants the government the power to arrest persons suspected of having links with terrorist organizations.
Mohammed Al-Sharqawi, who represents the Islamic community in the British House of Lords, pointed out that the different mass media [in Britain] are keen on distorting the image of Islam and Muslims because most of them are owned by Jews. After the attacks of September 11, the media intentionally...
BBC 2 broadcast a documentary drama of eight episodes, under the title "Islam in Britain." the drama touched on almost everything [about Islam], starting with Islam phobia and ending with the impact of Islam on music and architecture. It tried to draw a portrait of the two million Muslims living...
Nabih Al-Wahesh, attorney for Al-Nabaa paper, said that Al-Nabaa will be back as of Sunday. He added that the weekly issue is being prepared and that the military ruler did not shut down the press house, but ordered confiscation of Al-Nabaa’s June 17 issue, and Akher Khabar’s June 18 issue.

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