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Audio Intellectual Terrorism (117)
2/5/2006- Political Social - IC0602-2899
By: Dr. Aslam Abdullah - IslamiCity* - .....

Cartoon portrayals of the Prophet of Islam (peace be upon him) by European newspapers is nothing less than emotional torture and intellectual terrorism ..) ... More  
Audio Reality of Democracy (11)
1/27/2006- Political - TD0601-2888
By: Editorial - The Daily Star* - .....

In one of the most free and fair elections in the Arab world, and with a remarkably high turnout, Palestinian voters altered the political map of the Middle East ..) ... More  
Audio Why London bombings are not the work of 'Islamic' terrorists (97)
7/8/2005- Political Social Religious - TD0507-2736
By: The Daily Star - The Daily Star* - .....

Muslim clerics and leaders as well as countless Islamic groups around the world have condemned the London attacks on moral, humanitarian and religious ground ..) ... More  
Audio World Court: Tear down Israel's illegal wall (15)
7/10/2004- Political - AN0407-2382
By: Arab News - Arab News* - .....

There has been so much blood, so much despair, so much injustice and so much anger ..) ... More  
Audio Foot prints on the Sands of Time  (S) (53)
10/1/2003- Religious Social - RI0309-2100
By: Shehzad Saleem - Renaissance Islamic Journal* - .....

An unfortunate condition of most Muslim societies of today is that very little patronage is given to learning and research. Most of the time praises are showered on ideas with very little meaning...) ... More  
No Time To Hide No Time To Hide  (S) (2)
9/14/2001- Political - IV0109-1531
By: Iviews Staff - Iviews* - .....

As Americans reacted in grief, shock and horror to the terrible events that took the lives of so many innocent people, Muslims around the nation and around the world also felt a great sense of sorrow. Governments from all over the Muslim and Arab worlds quickly condemned the acts and many offered their cooperation with US authorities. ) ... More  
Cornering the Market on Human Suffering Cornering the Market on Human Suffering  (S) ()
8/24/2001- Political - IV0108-1519
By: Iviews Staff - Iviews* - .....

In an attempt to further their cause, pro-Israel extremists are now claiming that irrational hatred of Muslims, or Islamophobia, can never exist. Calling it an "invention", an activist with the Canadian Jewish Congress accused Muslim groups of using the term as part of some grandiose scheme to "dismantle the State of Israel". ) ... More  
Faith-Based Initiative May Do More Harm Than Good Faith-Based Initiative May Do More Harm Than Good  (S) (1)
7/20/2001- Political - IV0107-1478
By: Iviews Staff - Iviews* - .....

This week the Bush administration's plan enabling faith-based organizations to assist in delivering government funded social programs hit a brick wall in the House of Representatives. Republicans, sensing that Bush's plan lacked sufficient support, suddenly postponed a vote on the measure. But the news may actually be good for many minority faith-based groups, especially Muslims. ) ... More  
Sex, Church Ties and Video Tape:  The Controversy over Egypt’s Tabloid Press Sex, Church Ties and Video Tape: The Controversy over Egypt’s Tabloid Press  (S) ()
6/22/2001- Political - IV0106-1440
By: Iviews Staff - Iviews* - .....

The recent alleged sex scandal involving a defrocked Egyptian monk has captured the attention this week of Egyptians at almost unprecedented levels. But the purported affairs of an ex-communicated member of the Coptic Church may well have gone unnoticed had it not been for the decision of Mamdouh Mahran, chief editor of the independent weekly newspaper Al-Nabaa, to publish explicit photos he had obtained of former Coptic clergy member Barsoum El-Muharraqi allegedly having sex with various women in a monastery. ) ... More  
U.S. Must Accept Responsibility for Crisis in Afghanistan U.S. Must Accept Responsibility for Crisis in Afghanistan  (S) ()
5/25/2001- Political - IV0105-1394
By: Iviews Staff - Iviews* - .....

The Taliban regime has once again made world headlines and has drawn world condemnation for their practices and procedures in establishing a pure Islamic state. Just on the heels of the recent Bamiyan Buddha statue destruction, the Taliban are faced with renewed international hostility over reports the secret religious police ordered Hindus in Afghanistan to carry a thumb-sized yellow marker inside their pockets. ) ... More  
   


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