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Al Qaradawi, Tantawi and the Mufti on WomenCharles Levinson - Tantawi told Al Masry Al Yom following the announcement that Dr. Nawal Al Saadawi had declared her candidacy in the upcoming presidential elections: It is the right of a woman to become president of any state in the world, as long as that is compatible with her special nature, because the Islamic Sharia does not deny the woman the right to hold any specific positions or employment. It only stipulates that the work must be appropriate to her nature. 23/12/2004
Who’s Afraid of Tariq Ramadan? Foreign Policy - Exerpts from an interview with Tareq Ramadan - The U.S. government is so convinced that Tariq Ramadan is dangerous, it revoked the Muslim scholar’s visa to teach at the University of Notre Dame. Some in Europe think Ramadan is an anti-Semite who preaches moderation out of one side of his mouth and hate out of the other. Others, though, think he’s the man to reconcile Islam with modernity. So, who is right? 21/12/2004
Link to a special PASSIA BulletinSettlements and the Wall: preempting the two-state-solution (go to Facts & Figures)30/12/2004
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The Segregation Wall: Grave impacts and violation of Palestinians` RightsLink to a detailed and informative article by the Applied Research Institute - Jerusalem18/12/2004
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Checkpoints in NovemberMonthly report of MachsomWatch15/12/2004
Al-mahsum, mahsom, checkpoint By Yitzhak Laor, Dec. 22/12/2004
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