By Karim al-Andalusi Prophet Muhammad has been one of the top defenders of the freedom of speech, and from there we go. Is it worth it to take to the streets to fight a deep European behaviour, or to dig deeply in the European values and try to perceive and influence it? I argue that …
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By Mohammed Nosseir After committing their deadly crimes, terrorists often leave a message that Islam or the Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) is the motive behind their crimes. Scholars logically follow this lead, digging deeper into the Quran in an attempt to solve the puzzle of Islam to determine what motivates Muslims to kill innocent people, and …
AFTE condemns the charge as well as the latest court ruling
“In China, they have blocked YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and no one is upset; life is good and everyone is happy. And they say we do not have freedom of speech in Egypt.” These were the enlightened words of Saad Al-Shater on his Facebook page, the son of Khairat El-Shater, vice of Muslim Brotherhood’s Supreme …
Educational institute to issue English language guide to address misconceptions about Muslims
Carried out in response to anti-Muslim video made in the United States
If you don’t like it, just don’t watch it!
“This assault is even worse than the 1969 burning of the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque”, says Nasrallah
Bible burner may have to answer to his actions before a court
Protesters hurled rocks and the occasional Molotov cocktail while CSF forces replied with tear gas and charges with armoured trucks to force the crowds back.
Controversial film provokes protests in Cairo, Benghazi
Anger over a film released in the US, reportedly offensive to Islam and Prophet Muhammad
By Marwa Al-A’asar CAIRO: Coptic lawyer Morris Sadek filed a complaint earlier this week before a UN body against the Egyptian government for stripping him of his nationality on charges of high treason. Sadek’s complaint — filed before the United Nations Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Geneva — identifies his opponents as …