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Drs. Hulsman criticizes the well-known American Evangelical writer Dr. David Aikman for presenting an article in support of Pope Benedict’s main arguments about Islām, claiming Islām not to be a religion of reason. Hulsman finds Aikman’s arguments an oversimplification and therefore doing injustice...
An alleged love affair was about to ignite sedition in Egypt. A school book was banned by a ruling from the Cairo Court for Urgent Affairs.
The Shī‘ah do not enjoy a good position in Egypt. Shiite Sāliḥ al-Wardānī says that there is no threat of the Iranians, but of the Arabic Shī‘ah. Wahhābīs attacks against Shī‘ah aim to defend the Sunnī school rather than Islām in general.
Dr. Isaac Fānūs freely spoke his mind about the issues he found important. Dr. Fānūs was critical about ecclesiastical institutions and leadership, including those in his own Coptic Orthodox Church. In this interview religions are described as societal entities that humans have created and...
The article talks about the Ministry of Interior’s intention to commute the death sentences of the leaders of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah and al-Jihād organization to life imprisonment.
Who won the battle, those who sought to modernize Islam, or the militants? The author discusses integrating Islam into society in the West, and questions which cultural community will be forced to sacrifice values for the sake of integration.
The author highlights the ongoing tensions between the Arab world and the West, and how many of these tensions are perpetrated by Shaykhs on television who issue Fatwás that only serve to widen the gap between the two.
The author discusses the belief that secularism is the only way of making headway and progress in the Arab world. He critiques Lafīf Lakhdar’s arguments, and considers how relevant they are in reforming Islamic society.
In his three articles, ‘Abd al-Khāliq stresses the anti-Islamic strategy of the United States and highlights the role of the American Democratic Party to mend the deformed picture of the U.S. in its two sided foreign strategy.
Ṭāriq Ramaḍān is chosen by Time magazine as one of the most important 100 persons in the new century all over the world.


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