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The article discusses the historical development of the Jewish presence in Palestine.
An Egyptian author writes in favor of Israel and Judaism in a book banned by the Azhar University.
The author of this articledoes not present facts but a caricature of the Jewish Talmud. The author refers to a text with one reference to the Talmud and to another from Jewish medieval scholar Maimonides. The first text should be placed in its proper context and the second shows a remarkable...
A symposium was held in the residence of the Greek Catholic Patriarchy to discuss the role of Arab Christians in correcting the image of Islam in the West and the stand of the Vatican towards the expected war against Iraq among other issues.
Judaism was the womb from which Christianity and later Islam have gone out. It is the first divine legislation and no other conviction has preceded it.
The problem is that everybody is talking about the correct version of Islam without really knowing what correct Islam is, in other words an Islam that goes in line with the manners of our age and the latter’s way of thinking.
The brutal practices of Israel against the Palestinians and America´s blessing of such practices cannot be understood without a careful examination of the situation of the three revealed religions in the USA and in the Arab world. Such an examination is needed to be able to start a dialogue...
It is clear from the comments on Bat Ye´or´s article, that not all the points she discussed have been responded to. For example, what she says concerning the fact that jihad belongs to the religious domain and cannot be discussed and the feeling of superiority in Islam.
It is not possible that God, Who is Just and Perfect and orders His servants to judge justly, takes Palestine from the Palestinians and gives it to the Israelis. The Palestinians have the right claim to it. Israelis are a group of foreign people who killed the prophets and broke God´s covenant...
Wā’il Lutfī provides an overview of the French novel, Monsieur Ibrahim et Les Fleurs du Coran by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, and critiques its representation of Muslims.


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