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The Center for Arab-West Understanding presents its annual report for 2006, highlighting the objectives achieved and the goals for the upcoming year. 2006 was landmarked by growing toward the Center for Arab-West Understanding, and laying the basis for an electronic documentation center.
Rajab al-Bannā believes that Islam is being attacked everywhere, citing examples from Denmark, The Netherlands and Australia.
Al-Usbou‘, al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī and Rose al-Yousuf report on the reaction to the controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, published few months ago by the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
The Danish prime minister had declined to receive 19 ambassadors from Arab and Muslim countries even though he received a Somali-born woman [‘Alī Hirsi ‘Alī] who wrote the script for a controversial documentary called ’Submission’ directed by Dutch Theo van Gogh. The newspapers also suggest that...
Comments from Arab media about the Danish cartoons and responses of a Danish journalist. Comment on Influential publications in the West that have frequently presented much comment and analysis positing a lack of protection of freedom of belief in Egypt.
The response of Danish newspapers to the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, perceived by Muslims as anti-Islamic.
A discussion of the issue of freedom of expression, and media responsibility, following the publication, in a Danish newspaper, of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, perceived by Muslims as anti-Islamic.
Understanding honor and shame in the Egyptian and Arab context resulting in misreportings on the conversion and alleged kidnapping of Christian girls. Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad cause tensions
As the Danish newspaper Politiken’s correspondent in Cairo, one of my most important duties is to report and explain religious issues. This demands an overview not readily available in Egypt’s media maelstrom. AWR provides this overview. I have not yet heard of a single important story on religious...
AWR checked the issue of the Martyr Michael Church in Assiut.
The interpretations of Al-Hayat and Al-Ahrām [art. 37 and 38 in this issue of AWR] are both off the mark – al-Hayat quoting the interview in the harshest possible light, al-Ahrām in a naively positive manner. Neither is quoting her quite correctly.
Interview of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, reported with different interpretations and translations in both al-Hayat and al-Ahrām. Father Basilios al-Maqari writes about two Coptic Orthodox Church councils in the seventies that discussed Muslim-Christian relations.
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