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Who won the battle, those who sought to modernize Islam, or the militants? The author discusses integrating Islam into society in the West, and questions which cultural community will be forced to sacrifice values for the sake of integration.
This article says that the American “‘Azzām” is originally Adam Gadahn who was recruited by two al-Qā‘idah operatives.
The author comments on the conditions of Muslims in American detention camps and preparations to bring them before military courts. The author accuses every one who keeps silent after realizing this, whether from the Arab world or a foreigner, of being a contributor and a maker of a “war against...
The Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) asked the leaders of the Republican Party to condemn the selling of anti-Islam stickers in a conference for Conservatives in Washington
Right wing fundamentalists Christians, known in Egypt as Zionist Christianity, enjoy far-reaching influence on the current American administration. Their influence is more active and profound than that of the Zionist right wing. This is because it focuses on the religious and cultural conflicts...
The article looks at the different religious groups in America and discusses the possibility of initiating a global dialogue among moderate religious people. The author´s main purpose of the article is to encourage concerned bodies in the Arab and Islamic world to build bridges for a civilized...
Around 99 U.S. bishops and more than 5000 members of the United Methodist Church have recently signed an anti-war statement, calling the Iraq war "an unjust and immoral invasion and occupation."
The recent period has seen a lot of talk about a so-called détente between Western governments and a number of political Islam movements in the Arab world, with conflicting analyses about the objectives, declared or covert, of either party.
As soon as “The Passions of the Christ” was released in the U.S., the Israeli Knesset called for banning the film from being shown in Israel.
The article is about a draft law proposed by Anthony Weiner, member of the US House of Representatives, in January 2004. The draft law bans the U.S. from giving military aid to Egypt. The article gives information about the laws approved by the US senate targeting Syria and Saudi Arabia.


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