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The State Security Prosecution headed by Councilor Tāmir al- Firgāny, has heard the testimony of  Abu Mus’ab who is the head of the ISIS Suez cell
One of the leaders of “Islamist” parties who sought asylum in Turkey, allegedly claiming that he has been persecuted, wondered on why Islamic political parties are not treated like Christian parties in Europe. The said leader has no intent to put his hand on the real cause of the crisis. If these...
Dāʿish, also known as "ISIS". the terrorist organization, has acknowledged its failure to create sectarian strife within the Egyptian society. The latest issue of the organization’s weekly magazine " al-Naba”, said with regard to the recent church bombings in Tanta and Alexandria: "The predominant...
Ayman Muḥammad Rabīʿ al-Ẓawāhirī is a Muslim who claims that he is committed to bring the golden age of the caliphate back, and advocates a violent means of jihād to achieve his objectives. His own native country Egypt, along with many other countries, considers him a terrorist. During the 1990s,...
Three years ago, on February 27, 2013, we interviewed Aḥmad Ashūsh in our office. These were the days of President Muhammad Mursī and we then made efforts to understand the motivations of the different people involved various Islamists movements. Aḥmad Ashūsh was arrested in October 2013 for the...
Thousands of young people from Western countries have gone to Syria during recent years to fight under the black flag of what Prof. Schleifer calls “the most brutal and threateningly successful jihadist group, calling itself the Islamic State.” The British Tony Blair Foundation recently published a...
 Thousands of Copts descended on the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in ‘Abbāssīyah, Cairo on Friday, May 6, in response to a Salafi Muslim demonstration at the same location a week earlier
In this article the author discusses Islamic Organizations in the West’s use of some defensive terms such as "Islamophobia" and "Islamic Horror" in opposition to "Islamic Terrorism", the term used by the West to describe terrorist attacks. He points out that such terms ferment hatred against the...
The article provides a list of articles on the reactions to the Sharm al-Sheikh attacks published in the Egyptian press.
Five bombings in Baghdad and Mosul, four of which were close to churches and one close to the police station, caused the death of 10 people and the injury of 73 more. The Iraqi government blamed the terrorist group led by the Jordanian Mosaab al-Zarqawi for the bombings of the churches. The church...
Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb reports about the Ḥadd of Riddah and how it is manipulated by Islamic extremists.
The author articulates some basic rules of interfaith dialogue, which he asserts should be followed by all parties.
Majdī Khalīl answers 11 questions that show the world’s state after September 11.
Yesterday, a Briton was killed and six others were wounded after a gunman opened fire on a group of tourists at Amman’s Roman amphitheatre. In a press conference on Monday, the Jordanian Minister of Interior, ‘Īd al-Fāyiz, described the attack as a "cowardly terrorist act," adding that the...
This article discusses the possibility of terrorist attacks on German soil.
The author talks about Abū Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī’s life and notes that al- Zarqāwī has turned out to be one of the most wanted terrorists and bloodiest criminals in the history of Iraq.
The author, Clark Kent Ervin, former inspector general of the Homeland Security Department from 2003 to 2004, is a fellow at the Aspen Institute and author of ‘Open Target: Where America is Vulnerable to Attack,’ warns in this Washington Post article against Americans’ tendency to stereotype...
The author criticizes opinions liking al- Zarqāwī to Che Guevara, a true freedom fighter admired and respected by nations all over the world for inspiring an honorable struggle for liberation from dictatorships, unlike al- Zarqāwī, who will end up in the ash heap of history.
The author complains that although the Jordanian "terrorist" Abu Mus‘ab al- Zarqāwī has been killed, there still lives an ideology of takfīr that views al- Zarqāwī as a mujāhid as seen in a statement issued by Hamās.
With the growth of home-grown terrorism in Europe and in Canada, scholars and experts discuss the reasons why some Muslims in Western societies seem to be drawn to terrorism.

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