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Background: Israelis, Palestinians, Egyptians and people of other nationalities in Egypt met in Cairo to negotiate regional peace. Ehud Barak had been elected as Israeli Prime Minister in May 1999 which resulted in renewed peace negotiations. Side A:  An unidentified person speaks at the Cairo...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said August 28 that if Egypt asked to increase its troops in Sinai, the request would be considered and brought in front of the security cabinet.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak will agree to let Egypt deploy thousands of troops into the Sinai in order to tighten security after the deadly border attacks by gunmen.  
Public anger against Israel grew yesterday (August 20) after the death of 5 Egyptian soldiers shot dead by the Israeli army, as thousands of activists rallied in front of the Egyptian Embassy in Tel Aviv demanding the expulsion of the ambassador.
The author gives a brief idea about the Palestinian resistance since 1964 till today and the Israeli aggressions against civilians. She believes that the Road Map will oblige Palestinians to limit their armed resistance. She analyses the attitude of European countries towards Israel.
Osama Salama´s words are sharp, full of anger about Coptic emigrants. People in Egypt, other Arab countries, Europe, the US and Israel itself protest against the Israeli atrocities against the Palestinians. But where are the voices of the emigrant Copts and Arab Christians? We checked the Copts...
The signs of the cultural war and attempts to make educational curriculum in Israel more radical predate the formation of Sharon government. Yet, these attempts increased after the outbreak of the second Intifada following the events of September 11. At the time of Barak’s government, a heated...
The Religious Freedom Commission is not a non-governmental organization. It is an official committee financed by the United States Federal Government. The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom [USCIRF] was created by the International Religious Freedom Act of 27 January 1998,...
A document about the status of Christians, Jews and Muslims in Jerusalem as formulated by H.B. Patriarch Michel Sabbah, the Latin Catholic Patriarch of Jerusalem. The view of Patriarch Sabbah is shared by many other Christian communities in Jerusalem.
The author asked Pope Shenouda how we can debate with Jews in light of their greed? Can negotiations and debate achieve a positive result with them? And when? How can we make religions co-exist? Is Christianity really close to Judaism, because its belief in the Old Testament? Or are there...

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