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The events of September 11 may push the world to adopt the idea of the clash of civilizations, but they also emphasize the need for dialogue between and among civilizations. I do not accept the idea that the future carries increasing violence, deeper bitterness and spiteful dialogues between and...
During the Saudi Arabian municipal elections, the nation’s first experiment in real democracy, many were worried because Islamic activists dominated their secular rivals.
This is the text of a lecture delivered in London by the general administrator of the Latin Catholic Church in Jerusalem, Father William Shomali, representing Latin Catholic Patriarch Michel Sabah of Jerusalem, during the investiture of the Knights and Ladies of the Holy Sepulcher of England and...
The presidency of the Azhar Permanent Committee of Inter-Religious Dialogue, and the official Islamic institutes in Morocco, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, are working together to stimulate the Vatican to present the Muslims an official apology. The reason behind asking such an apology, is the...
Nasr presents Shenouda’s opinions on various Jewish-Christian and Israeli-Arab issues. Shenouda voiced these opinions while meeting with journalistic writer Sana’ Al-Said. Rather than trying to embellish his words, Shenouda presented his views in a series of abrupt statements, which Al-Said then...
The author argues that it is in the interest of the Israeli secret service to saw discord between peoples of different denominations in the countries surrounding Israel. Examples are given from Egypt and Lebanon.
The Seventh World Assembly of the World Conference on Religion and Peace (WCRP) on Saturday dedicated one of its plenary sessions to the issues of disarmament and security, calling for global demilitarization and denuclearization.
Religions must inspire peaceful solutions to the conflicts still plaguing many spots in the world at the threshold of the new Millennium, from the Middle East to Indonesia and Northern Ireland, Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid, HRH Prince Hassan, and the Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey...
More than 600 religious and political leaders from the world’s major beliefs, and flashpoints such as Kosovo, Indonesia and the Middle East, will meet here starting today (Thursday) to hammer out a partnership for the next Millennium.
Sub-title: ’Hamas has insisted on its position, which justified taking measures to protect Jordan’s security’ His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday said the Hamas issue will be resolved soon, but noted that there can be no return to the former situation, stressing that recent measures taken by the...

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