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The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) chief has said that it is no longer possible to have dialogue between the Muslim world and Europe after the Danish cartoons crisis unless certain measures are adopted.
Five–day visit of Prof. Dr. van Agt to Egypt in support of the development of CAWU. The real test of freedom of thought. The Holocaust denial of David Irving.
Sawt al-Umma reports that the Shaykh of the Azhar has accepted an invitation to attend the Hanukah celebration in Egypt, while on the same day, Rose al-Yousuf publishes the Azhar’s denial of the news.
In al-Musawwar magazine’sinterview with the grand Shaykh of the Azhar, Sayyid Muhammad Ṭanṭāwī, Shaykh Ṭanṭāwī expressed his opinion and attitude on all the issues on the Arab and Islamic scenes.
European Union (EU) foreign policy commissioner Javier Solana had talks with Egyptian President Husnī Mubārak over ways of protecting religious symbols and beliefs as part of his efforts to defuse the crisis. During his visit to Egypt, the second leg of his tour of Arab and Muslim nations in the...
The article discusses gloating by some Israeli newspapers and websites over the disaster of Egypt’s 35-year old ferry al-Salām Boccaccio 98, which sank some 50 miles off Egypt. The paper says that many Israelis celebrated the ordeal in which hundreds of Egyptians were killed.
In the drama that followed the republishing of the Danish cartoons across several European nations, the Danish and Norwegian Embassies in Damascus, and also the Danish Consulate in Beirut, were all burnt down. These incidents prompted those foreign ministers to advise their people to leave Syria...
In relation to the cartoons, deemed offensive by many Muslims, the Danish foreign minister phoned his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Abu al-Ghayt, and discussed the Danish premier’s statements, in which he denounced any act that could offend any religion or its followers.
A delegation of Egyptian Coptic expatriates is expected to arrive today in Cairo to respond to Michael Munīr’s constant attempts to distort the image of Egypt abroad.
The author stresses the need for reaching a clear-cut international definition of terrorism and states that Muslim immigrants are like timed bombs, waiting to explode since they can be easily recruited by terrorists.


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