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Radwan al-Sayed
Radwan al-Sayed

Radwan al Sayed is a Lebanese thinker and writer who attained a bachelor degree from the Faculty of Theology at al-Azhar University and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Tübingen in Germany. He has been a scholar of Islamic studies for decades and is the former editor-in-chief of the quarterly al-Ijtihad magazine. Radwan is also the author of many books and has written for Arab dailies such as al-Ittihad, al-Hayat and ash-Sharq al-Awsat.

Liberation of Hodeidah and the rapid strategic shift

Yemeni army forces and resistance factions, aided by the coalition’s ground, aerial and naval forces, are advancing toward the city of Hodeidah as fierce battles continue.I do not have any...

Jerusalem, Palestine, Arabs and the world

In recent years, the Russian Federation has sought to obstruct the work of the UN Security Council whenever it comes to issues of massacre in Syria. We have also witnessed the way the United States is...

Lebanon’s elections and the threat of war

As Lebanon neared the end of its elections and the announcement of its results, it was hit with two storms. The first was the storm of armed Hezbollah and Amal Movement supporters who took to the...

Morocco: Upholding religion and security

Morocco has recently severed all diplomatic relations with Iran. Three major Arab countries, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Morocco are thus confronting Iranian hostilities by means of rupture of ties and...

The reconstruction of Islamic Studies

For the last 10 years, Arabs and Muslims have been preoccupied with fighting extremism and terrorism. Perhaps, they may continue fighting for the next 10 years as well.Institutional reformsAs a result...

Jerusalem and Muslim-Christian relations

Earlier this month, Cardinal Tauran, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue in the Vatican, visited Riyadh where he met with King Salman bin Abdul Aziz. His visit was...

Lebanese elections and regional dimensions

For the first time in Lebanon’s modern history, election headlines are almost nonexistent. With the exception of the Shiite camp, which has chosen its candidates from among its supporters, the...

The regional powder keg and the threat of conflagration

There are varying assessments on the factors that might trigger a large scale conflagration in the Middle East. There are those who believe that this major outbreak of hostilities may occur in May,...