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Irshad Manji argues that despite an increasingly popular belief, foreign policy grievances have caused the increased number of terrorist attacks in the West, the violent jihadists have rarely needed foreign policy grievances to justify their hot heads, as demonstrated by their kidnapping of...
A review of an, as yet unpublished book, Londonistan: How Britain is creating a terror state from within is written, by a seasoned observer of radical Islam, Melanie Phillips.
The West’s double standards on freedoms have given the issue of the hijāb a political dimension, well-known Egyptian writer and feminist, Dr. Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī argues.
During their meeting yesterday, Pope Benedict XVI and British Prime Minister Tony Blair agreed on the need for interfaith and intercultural dialogue to combat terrorism, underscoring the contribution that common values among religions can make to dialogue, particularly with Islam.
Egyptian police have managed to identify the bombers who carried out the April 24 blasts of the tourist resort of Dahab, as three North Sinai Bedouin, Mu’min Fārouq Muhammad ‘Alī, Karīm Ashraf ‘Abdallāh and Mājid ‘Alī Mahmoud. Two days after the triple blasts, two suicide bombers attacked...
The article gives a historical overview of the conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland. The conflict started at the beginning of the last century because of discrimination by the Protestant majority against the Catholic minority. The British bias towards its Protestant...
Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd is upset about the media debate on Islam in the West. Abu Zayd rejects the view that Islam should be held responsible for extremist attacks. The political discourse as reflected in Western media did not mind its language. The media debate on Islam is getting more entrapped in the...
The author expressed her surprise at the fact that while the image of Arabs and Muslims is deformed in the Western media, the Arab ministers of information are still at the stage of preparing a media plan to face this. She believed that there should be a unified Arabic media mechanism through which...
The author argues that the Lawyers’ Syndicate in Egypt, who have staged an imaginary trial of Arial Sharon, George Bush and Tony Blair, should spend more time on the political and economic development of Arab communities.
Al-Rikābī responds to Tony Blair’s suggestion that the war on Iraq is God’s will. The author rejects the idea of using religion to launch wars, considering it to be hypocrisy.

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