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King Fahd calls for fighting extremist thinking
Saudi Arabia's King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz has called on men of religion to "fight extremist thinking which had deceived certain Saudi youths and prompted them to join terrorist cells aimed at damaging the kingdom and Islam."
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 9/1/2003
Jordanian king visits Iran tomorrow for the first time
An official in the Jordanian Royal palace said yesterday that the Jordanian King Abdullah II will pay a visit tomorrow ( Tuesday), his first visit, to Iran since he assumed rule in Jordan in 1999 to discuss conditions in the region and discuss bilateral relations, foremost being encouraging Iranian religious tourism to Jordan.
Jordan-Iran, Politics, 9/1/2003
Morocco, Saudi Arabia set to up cooperation
He hoped there will be a fruitful cooperation with Moroccan professionals who have an experience in tourism, urging them to invest in mining, software design or in ready-to-wear which is quite developed in Morocco.
Morocco-Saudi Arabia, Economics, 9/1/2003
Qathafi declared agreement over Yota; Lockerbie ended and a new page with the west
Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi announced yesterday that Libya reached an agreement with France on additional compensations for the families of the victims of the French Yota" plane which blew up in 1989 over al-Niger.
Libya-France, Politics, 9/1/2003
October: Al-Baz: Hope not lost in Roadmap
"In fact, we can't say that the Middle East peace process has already been dead and buried! We should not lose hope in the "roadmap." Both the Palestinian and the Israeli sides fear such obsession. Both parties are frustrated and are less confident in the future despite achieving great strides along the way for peace so far" said Osama Al-Baz the political advisor to Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 9/1/2003
International organizations major reduction in presence in Iraq; Occupation forces search Musil for Saddam Hussein
The American occupation forces backed by helicopters yesterday besieged an area filled with farms in al-Musil city to the north of Iraq, in what seemed to be a search operation to find the toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq, Politics, 9/1/2003
Hakim in interview to Al-Ahram one day before assassination
There are some circles working on proliferation of Shiite and Arab-Arab conflicts inside Iraq, said Shiite leaders Mohamed Baqer Al-Hakim in an interview with Al-Ahram one day ahead of his assassination in the Iraqi city of An-Najaf by a bomb.
Iraq, Politics, 9/1/2003
Thousands see off al-Hakim in Baghdad and Karbala. Funeral tomorrow in al-Najaf
Thousands of Iraqis yesterday in Baghdad and Karbala saw off Ayatollah Muhammad Baqer al-Hakim who was killed on Friday in the al-Najaf attack, as Iraqi police accused "Wahhabi foreign" elements of carrying out this attack and said it arrested 19 of them, adding, simultaneously it is searching for three booby trapped cars that entered the city for fear of other aggressions.
Iraq, Politics, 9/1/2003
Mubarak settled case of 'Sour el-Dir'
Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and the Patriarch of Saint Mark Diocese lauded President Hosni Mubarak's concern and his personal follow up over the crisis of Amba Antonios Monastery.
Egypt, Religion, 9/1/2003
BBC: Solana rejects Israeli demand to cut relations with Arafat
European Union Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana rejected on Sunday an Israeli demand to cut off contacts with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat.
Palestine-European Union, Politics, 9/1/2003
Three Palestinians killed in Gaza by Israel, one settler wounded by al-Qassam Brigade
The Brigade of Ezz Eddine al-Qassam, the military wing of the Hamas movement, retaliated the assassination attempt of two of its members on Saturday in a raid in Gaza, by attacking a car for settlers near Rafah Yam settlement that resulted in gravely wounding one settler, while Israel renewed its threat to invade Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 9/1/2003
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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday issued a decree for licensing the establishment of private university in Syria under the name of The Private Union University in the eastern governorate of Raqqa which will also have a branch in the city of Manbej in the governorate of Aleppo.
Syria's Industry Minister Issam al-Zaeem and an accompanying delegation arrived in Casablanca yesterday on a five-day working visit to Morocco.
Jawad Gharib on Saturday made a titanic effort to offer Morocco a gold medal in the marathon, a premiere in the history of this country, better known as a breeding-ground of mid-distance racers. Gharib clocked 2.08.31, ahead of a Spanish and an Italian racer.
President of the Republic of Ghana, John Agyckum Kufour, arrived Friday evening in Morocco for a private visit to head to the Atlas Mountain resort, Ifrane, for a private stay.
Egypt's Awqaf Minister Mahmoud Hamdi Zaqzouq decided to increase scholarships to Tanzania to study at Al-Azhar University and decided as well to donate Islamic volumes to the Islamic center there.
An agreement to provide Japanese grant for a al-Quneitera hospital with medical equipments and training valued at 4 Million dollars was signed in Damascus on Sunday between Syria and Japanese International Cooperation Agency, JICA.
Permanent Representatives of the Arab League members will hold a meeting for consultation regarding draft of the forthcoming meeting of the League Council on the level of Foreign Ministers scheduled to be held in Cairo early this month.