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Theresa May, the British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, has openly adopted a new definition of antisemitism, expanding it to include association with anti-Israeli phrases, sparking a number of questions about the timing and purpose of this terminology expansion.
‘Ādil Darwīsh, Parliament Analyst at the British newspaper Daily Mail, says that many of foreigners followed November's parliamentary elections in Egypt. He added that the Muslim Brotherhood were the ones who banned themselves and provided the opportunity to be outlawed by going to court and saying...
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies [CIHRS] has sent an appeal to the president of the republic and the speakers of both houses of Parliament called to amend Article Two of the Constitution that states that Islam is the religion of the state and Islamic sharīʿā is the main source of...
The article criticizes the second article of the Constitution which states “Islam is the religion of the state, and the principles of the Islamic Sharī‘ah are the main source of legislation.” He calls for dialogue on the level of the public to discuss it and not wholly depend on politicians alone.
The author of the article undervalues the role of interfaith dialogue if it isestablished with terrorist groups that do not adhere to man-made laws and deem democracy a misleading heresy.
‘Ādil Darwīsh criticized the two-day conference entitled, "Review of the Holocaust: Global Vision," recently hosted by Iran to examine whether the Nazi Holocaust, in which six million Jews and millions of Poles, homosexuals, Africans, gypsies and Russians were killed, actually happened....
‘Āil Darwīsh writes about the dangerous friendship between Muslims in Britain and the British Left; a friendship that can cause further tensions.  
AWR’s year report shows the tremendous amount of work carried out in 2006. Comment on ‘Coptic Christian Fights Deportation to Egypt, Fearing Torture.’ in New York Times. Report on conversion stories presented on VCD.
The author criticizes the tug-of-war between the Muslim Brotherhood deputies and those of the NDP inside parliament over trivial issues. Instead, he argues that they should unify their ranks as Egyptians in the face of terrorism, which is gnawing at the country’s significant source of income...
It has been proven that culture is the most influential element in formulating national identity. This idea was confirmed in a survey carried out by the BBC, showing that 89 percent of British Muslims consider themselves primarily British and feel proud when the country achieves success.

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