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The Guardian newspaper commented on the speech of Tony Blair, former British Prime Minister, in which he called upon the West to confront political Islam, calling for a crusade against political Islam and Islamic fundamentalism. Read the original article of the Guardian here
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has stressed the importance of facing Islamic extremism worldwide. He also stressed the importance of having a Western revolution against Islamic radicalism in Iran and Afghanistan 
Thousands of young people from Western countries have gone to Syria during recent years to fight under the black flag of what Prof. Schleifer calls “the most brutal and threateningly successful jihadist group, calling itself the Islamic State.” The British Tony Blair Foundation recently published a...
This paper is an attempt to outline and illustrate the many facets of the Arab media's reaction to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the profound emotions it stirred in so many Arabs and Arab journalists. 
The fight against IS must also be fought in ideological terms. Egyptian Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Salah, who speaks the language of Salafi Muslims, is eager to play a role in this effort. This is the background of my contribution to the Op Ed page in Trouw.  
Robert Fisk ponders why the Middle East is so backward and why the area has so many dictators and so many human rights.
Tony Blair’s conversion to Catholicism should set the example for conversion in Egypt. Blair’s conversion took place after a long period of preparation and catechism. In spite of the bloody history of the relations between the Anglican Church and the Catholic Church, neither of the churches have...
The article is an interview with Sir Derek Plumbly, the British ambassador in Cairo who is about to leave Cairo and return to Britain. At the end of his tenure, Plumbly reflects on his feelings toward Egypt and how the country has changed.
Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah, Muftī of Egypt, participated the international conference on ‘Islam and Muslims in the World Today’ which was organized by Cambridge University in London to discuss the different means of reinforcing Muslim-Christian dialogue.
The Brotherhood’s middle-class composition and capitalist, right-wing economic policies. Tāriq Ramadān appointed as an anti-terrorism advisor to the British government.


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