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The extreme speech of Salafīs is the source of much strife between Egyptians, according to the authors of this article in October magazine. The latest example of this is the Salafī call for a boycott of stores owned by Coptic Christians. Grand Muftī 'Ali Jum'ah said that Salafīyah is not a...
Husām ‘Abd al-Qādir commented on Researcher Husām Tammām's book. The book talks about how Muslim Brotherhood embraced Salafiiyah due to Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāsir 's campaign against them,  which led to the fleeing of some of their leaders to the Arabian Peninsula (where the Salafīyah Wahābīyah main...
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a new report on Muslims' civil rights during 2003 revealing a 70% increase in discrimination cases against American Muslims in 2003 compared to the previous year.
The author writes about two recent attacks on Muslims in the United States. The Islamic Center of South Florida has been attacked in an apparent hate crime, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) said in a report submitted to officials in Florida, urging Islamic centers and...
Husām ‘Abd al-Qādir believes that the Arab Islamic Conference will come under attack from some Western figures, after its chairman, Fādī Mādī, had revealed his intentions to release documents that he says will give the lie to the "legend of the Holocaust.”
The author comments on the conditions of the Islamic community in France.
The writer reports the open session held by a group of American organizations for civil rights in the US senate. The attendees- more than 200 activists in the field of civil rights- listened to the testimony of victims of violating civil rights after the events of September 11
The Canadian demographic consensus for year 2001 showed a remarkable increase in the number of Muslims in Canada in the last decade of the twentieth century as a result of the influx of Muslim emigrants from south Asia, North Africa and the Middle East.
Dr. Jochen Hippler, professor at Duisburg University, began his speech at the symposium held at Alexandria University, saying, "Relations between the Islamic and Western countries are undergoing a real crisis. Each other’s view is colored with bias, terrorism,
In his book, The Case for Islamo-Christian Civilization, published 2004, Bulliet re-examines the relationship between the Islamic and Christian civilizations and argues that "there is a far better case for Islamo-Christian civilization than there is for a clash of civilizations.”


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