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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...
Akmal al-Dīn Ughlū has stated that some radical intellectuals in certain European countries believe that it is only through insulting Islam and the Prophet Muhammad that they can demonstrate their commitment to freedom of expression.
Further titles:- Who said that freedom of thought is more holy than the sacred symbols.- Do you think that the president of America could tell Larry King that he was married to a Muslim Shiaa woman.- To measure the greatness of a civilization is not only by knowing how sublime it can be, but...
The American Marine Corps dedicate a site on an aircraft carrier based in the Arab sea to bomb the military sites of the Taliban and the camps of Bin Laden in Afghanistan, as a mosque for the seagoing Muslims.
The writer criticizes the current conditions of Muslims in the light of a report issued by the “Pew Global Attitudes Project,” an organization under the chairmanship of Madeleen Albright.
Egypt is preparing for the World Summit on Interfaith Dialogue, to be held in Senegal next December.
Claims that Christian missionaries are targeting African refugees and immigrants in Cairo and encouraging them to convert to Christianity in return for work and accommodation.
It is now five centuries since Islam left Andalusia and the last king of Granada, Abu ‘Abd Allāh Muhammad Ibn ‘Alī, surrendered power and left the country in return for money.
The European authorities fear that imams of Arab origin can poison the European communities with their ideas and encourage terror. Accordingly many European countries were encouraged to establish institutes to graduate a European generation of imams.
Born in a Catholic family some five decades ago in Guinea-Bissau, Ibrahim Saila, was reared as a missionary in order to become a priest in his country. Though born in a Catholic family and brought up at a Catholic mission, he was not to serve Catholicism, but to serve Islam - a fact which is hard...


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