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Paul Berman discusses the impact that radical and political Islam has had in Iraq, particularly in relation to its impact on relations with the U.S., and the misinterpretation of these ideologies amongst many Western intellectual circles.
This article discusses the political influence of key church figures.
Sudanese politician and prominent Islamist Hasan al-Turābī explains some recent controversial statements he made about the permissibility of Muslim women marrying kitābīs [People of the Scripture] and the misunderstanding of the word hijāb in the Qur’ān, as well as a host of political and...
The author expressed his surprise at the fact that while Arabs and Muslims condemn the West’s tendency to accuse all Muslims and Arabs of being criminals once an Arab and or a Muslim commits a crime, they behaved as if they had been accused and hurried to apologize for something they had not done.
The article comments on the charismatic character of Pope John Paul II and his deteriorating health conditions. It also comments on the stand of the pope towards many international issues.
The author criticizes the Azhar for not defending Islam against the Western attacks. He gives many examples on how Islam is attacked in the Western press and by American Evangelical leaders.
The celebration of the 31st anniversary of Pope Shenouda on the Papal chair is expected to take place on November 14. It will be attended by the Eritrean President. The article gives an overview of how the celebration may be. It also gives an outline of the pope´s life before and after...
The communiqué released by the Vatican in 1954 triggered a series of conferences titled “The Islamic-Christian dialogue.” In the light of the Islamic-Western dialogue, the Zionist perspective holds that Islam is an obstacle to peace because of its hostility and its rejection of the Western...
The article discusses the influence of religion on the character of George W. Bush. The author explains that the ideal of Bush Jr. is former U.S. president Ronald Reagan, for he was involved in religion, and he applied Christian norms to U.S. foreign policy. Since September 11, Bush has believed...

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