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by: Bilal Y. Saab 2010-7-21
DC - Papers around the world have speculated that Hosni Mubarak, the 82-year-old Egyptian president, is suffering from terminal stomach and pancreatic cancer and may not live to see the next presidential elections...

by: Sanna Negus 2010-7-21
“What is it like to live in Egypt as a Western woman?” During the years I lived in Cairo, I was often asked this question while visiting my native Finland, or when travelling outside the Middle East...

by: ANDREW MASLOSKI 2008-5-9
THIRTY four years ago, Egypt’s most celebrated author, Naguib Mahfouz, published his novella Karnak Café. Set in Egypt during the late 1960s, it tells the story of a group of young, idealistic students who become acutely aware of the gap between the ideals espoused by Nasser’s pan-Arab socialism and the realities of Egyptian daily life..

by: Ibrahim el Houdaiby 2008-4-2
Last week, Dutch MP Geert Wilders released his movie Fitna, attacking Muslims and the Qur’an, amidst wide international worries that airing the movie would only lead to further cross-cultural tensions, and perhaps violence...

by: Hafsa Kanjwal and Khadijeh Zarafshar 2008-2-3
We are American Muslim women, who strongly identify with our faith. We are Georgetown University seniors who remain active and involved with the American Muslim community. One of us wears a headscarf, known in Arabic as the hijab. The other does not. Yet the right to wear the headscarf – without censure, condemnation or patronising pity – is a right we both defend. ..

by: Jamal Al-Tahat 2008-2-3
During a session at the first conference for the UN’s Alliance of Civilisations held in Madrid on 15-16 January 2008, I presented a new dimension of human rights, namely the right of human beings to be understood. The conference was an initiative of the Spanish Prime Minister and represents an attempt to explore possible tracks for addressing the crisis in the relationship between Arabs and the West...

by: William Fisher 2008-1-17
Old Chatham, New York - High officials in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Department of Justice, and other US government departments and agencies love to talk about how good they are at “reaching out” to American Muslim communities...

by: Kareem Elbayar 2007-12-18
O ye who believe! Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to God, though it may be against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin, and whether it be against rich or poor: for God can best protect both. Follow not the lusts of your hearts, lest ye swerve, and if ye distort justice or decline to do justice, verily God is well-acquainted with all that ye do." (Qur’an 4:135)..

by: Yasser Khalil 2008-1-1
In a very short time period, Arab bloggers have proven their ability to influence political life in Arab countries, especially those that have taken steps towards reform, development and freedom of the press. ..