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An example of differences between reality and ‘official’ reporting in reporting about a Holy Family celebration. Articles on the lack of consensus on and misuse of the definition of ‘terrorism.’ Kees Hulsman presented lecture on AWR at the Arab Thought Forum in Jordan.
The papers of this week are still full of news about the violence practiced against Arabs and Muslims in America, Europe and Australia after the attacks in America. According to many writers, the reasons for this growing anti- Arab and anti-Muslim campaign are to be found in the deformed image...
Analysis of the Denmark cartoons issue by Dr. Hasan Muhammad Wajīh, expert of linguistics of negotiation and cross-cultural communication at the Azhar University and moderator of the April 15, 2006 discussion at El-Sawy Culture Wheel on ‘Freedom of expression and respect for the other. How to...
William Pfaf of the NY Herald Tribune wrote that any US reaction that will hurt others would fan the flames of hatred and resentment against America. Francis Fukuyama wrote, in the French Le Monde, the shock of the attack on WTC may have some positive consequences on the American people like...
Robert Fisk argues that while Western media has most of the facts correct, they blatantly refuse to report on the actual causes of conflicts. He criticizes a media which reports about terrorism committed by Muslims and anti-American sentiment without revealing why these sentiments are present in...
The author suggests ways to have a successful dialogue with the West, calling on Arab countries to be fair to the Western civilization if they want the West to be fair to the Arab and Muslim culture.
The article speaks about the recent visit of journalist Robert Fisk to Egypt. He stressed the need to avoid sectarian violence and pursue justice in the region.

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