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Muhammad al-Dusūkī Rushdī discusses Ahmad Didāt and Shaykh Kishk; two prominent figures in the field of inter-faith relations.
Drs. Hulsman and Dr. Burslem provide a detailed report on Muslim-Christian relations based on a review of Dr. Hugh Goddard’s book, commenting on a number of issues including Western perceptions, mis-interpretations, and examples of recent incidents involving Muslims and Christians.
Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, chairman of Ibn Khaldūn Center for Development Studies reports on his paper that was presented to a conference that was held in Rome under the title: ’The Cross, the Crescent and the Ballot Box.’ Ibrāhīm’s paper discussed Islam and democracy. In the following lines Ibrāhīm...
The author reports on news of the conduct of two different reports before the general prosecutor calling for the closure of the Ahmadiyya satellite channel MTA3, which is said to have been scorning religions and promoting sectarian sedition.
An opposition leader has reported against the minister of information, the shaykh of the Azhar, and the muftī for letting an Ahmadiyyah TV channel to be broadcast via Egypt’s official satellite Nile Sat.
Jundī highlights what he believes to be the difficult political reality of Egypt. After providing a historical background, he points out the defects and tries to suggest solutions.
The author narrates a background history to the deteriorating situation of Christians in the East. He identifies the reasons behind this deterioration and discusses the origins of religious fundamentalism and the autocratic regimes in the Arab world.
A Pakistani Fatwá regards the vaccination against polio as Ḥarām because it was discovered by two American Jewish scientists who, according to the Fatwá, created the vaccination in order to negatively impact the potency of Muslims.
Salman Rushdie was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. The bestowal sparked protests in the Muslim world and revived the Muslim wrath over his controversial book entitled, “The Satanic Verses,” and the writer himself.
Rowan Williams was enthroned as the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury in 2003. One of the archbishop’s recent publications is Silence and Honey Cakes: The Wisdom of the Desert. This book will enable the reader to enter into the demands of the desert: the spiritual Coptic Desert of past and present...


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