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Background: The first part of the recording is a press conference by Foreign Minister ʿAmru Mūsā, who was speaking in both Arabic and English, during the 1996 Arab Summit which was held in Cairo, Egypt in which he was mainly discussing the Arab relations for cooperation and the peace process in...
Background: There is a short interview with a student of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) about Christian missionary work in Morocco. The major part of the recording is Zuzana Skalova, a Czech art historian speaking about the conservation of Coptic icons in Egypt. One of her central...
The writer talks about the political role of Islamic groups in the Arab Muslim world in an attempt to answer the question: Is Arab democracy possible without Islamists?
Another group of Muslims are arrested in Holland and accused of recruiting Muslim youth for jihād.
The author asserts that Islam and Muslims are the enemy created by some western circles, but Muslims are contributing to make the western “imaginary” come true. He also notes that the war against those who insult Islam has also targeted some Arab intellectuals.
Muhammad al-Bāz wonders whether Shaykh al-Qaradāwī really deserved the humiliation and insults that Moroccan clergy directed at him after his controversial fatwá on bank interest.
This article strongly criticizes the claims of al- Gābrī, professor of philosophy at Muhammad V University in Morocco, about the Qur’ān’s perversion, providing counter arguments to these claims.
Moroccan fundamentalists respond to al-Qaradāwī’s fatwá on bank loans.
The article focuses on the most famous cases in the courts of law regarding the Bahā’ī faith in Iran, Morocco and Egypt.
The article deals with the shift in US policy from their rejection of dialogue with Islamists to their welcoming them in power, as a way to guarantee that American interests in the area remain intact.


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