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H.E. Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabr Al-Thani First Deputy Of Prime Minister,Minister of Foreign Affairs Inaugurated the Fotum on 18 Feb,2006 at 6:30 PM in Ritz Carlton hotel-Doha      

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H.E. Sheikh Hamad Bin Jasim Bin Jabr Al Thani Addressed the Forum


Dear Friends, Ladies and Gentlemen I have the pleasure to open the works of this forum which is held for the third year in Doha. The agenda of this year is rich with axises which certainly shall form strong step in working towards the resolution of U.S-Islamic World relations troubles. .....Read more

SPEECH BY THE HONOURABLE DATO' SERI SYED HAMID ALBAR MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MALAYSIA


SPEECH BY THE HONOURABLE DATO' SERI SYED HAMID ALBAR MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MALAYSIA AT THE OPENING SESSION OF THE US-ISLAMIC WORLD FORUM .....Read more

Under Secretary of State Karen Hughes addresses U.S.-Islamic World Forum


Your Highness, Sheikh Haamid Emir of Qatar, OIC Secretary General Ihsanoglu, distinguished guests and friends, it’s an honor and pleasure to be here with you. I thank the organizers of this Forum and the many partners, including the Qatari government, for their hard work in making this conference so successful. I thank the Brookings project on US policy toward the Islamic World. Brookings is a home for scholars and experts and over the years has made important contributions to public policy debate......Read more

Press Release (17 Feb,206)


“Leaders Effect Change” The 2006 U.S.-Islamic World Forum opens in Doha, Qatar One of the greatest challenges in global politics today is the dangerous tension that has grown between the United States and the world's Muslim states and communities. This deepening divide is not just tragic, but is also a critical impediment to cooperation on a breadth of vital issues of joint concern, ranging from terrorism and radicalism to human development and freedom. .....Read more

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>> ARTS AND CULTURAL LEADERS SEMINAR MEETS FOR FIRST TIME IN US-ISLAMIC FORUM.

>> TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIPS SEMINAR.

>> Closing Lunch Remarks.

>> PRESS RELEASE: Closing Lunch Remarks.

>> Leaders Effect Change at the 2006 U.S.-Islamic World Forum.

>> PRESS RELEASE: Closing Lunch Remarks.

>> PRESS RELEASE: ARTS AND CULTURAL LEADERS SEMINAR MEETS FOR FIRST TIME IN US-ISLAMIC FORUM

>> Qatar hosts the US-Islamic World Forum (Foreign Information Agency of the State of Qatar).

>> US-Islamic World Forum opens today (The Peninsula-Qatar)

>> MAS Freedom Executive Director Invited to Address U.S.-Islamic World Forum.

>> Social Change Brings Freedom, Justice, State's Hughes Says Under Secretary of State Karen Hughes addresses U.S.-Islamic World Forum.

>> Cartoon Crisis Echoes 'Why They Hate Us' Debate.

>> Syed Hamid Heads Malaysian Group At US-Islamic World Forum.

>> Doha Forum Begins.

>> First Deputy opens the US-Islamic World Forum

>> Muslim-West ties ‘hit by cartoon row’

>> US-Islamic World Forum opens in Doha from today (Gul Times).

>> US-Islamic forum starts in Doha (AlJazera.net).

>> Deputy PM seeks efforts to prevent provocations ( Gulf Times).

>> Israel changed US, Muslim world ties (The Peninsula ).

>> Karen Hughes accuses Iran of exporting terrorism (The Peninsula).

>> Most Palestinians back Mideast roadmap (The Peninsula).

>> ‘Motive behind Iraq war was not democracy’( The Peninsula).

>> Poverty, unemployment real issues of Pakistan: Benazir(The Peninsula).

>> Respect religious symbols, beliefs: FM (The Peninsula).

>> Survey finds US a primary threat to Arab, Islamic world (The Peninsula ).

>> Doha Forum Urges Better US-Islamic Ties

>> Benazir calls for equal rights for women (The Peninsula).

>> Bosnian Mufti flays violent protests (The Peninsula).

>> Indian journalist slams Danish cartoons (The Peninsula).

>> Muslims 'should exercise more tolerance' (Gul News.com).

>> Pakistani scholar for intellectual response to caricatures (The Peninsula)

>> Qatari FM calls for respecting Palestinians'' democratic choice of leadership

>> U.S. public diplomacy envoy calls prophet cartoons blasphemous, seeks end of terrorism

>> Cartoons, terrorism top agenda at US-Islamic World Forum

>> Al Qaeda leaders not in Afghanistan: Abdullah.

>> Emir greets forum dignitaries (Gulf Times/Monday, 20 February, 2006).

>> Leaders Must Start The Ball Rolling To Bridge Chasm Of Misunderstanding.

>> Globalisation an opportunity to teach each other (The Peninsula).

>> Graft charges against Pak president must be probed: Benazir.

>> Islamic rule good model: scholar.

>> N-free region best solution, says Albar.

>> U.S. Envoy: Abuse in Iraq Was a Crime.

>> US not bothered about own Muslim population.

>> US-Islamic World Forum concludes.

>> Ex-Sudan premier urges Hamas to ‘respect democratic values’

>> Hamas likely to ‘soften its line’.

>> Harnessing cultural sensitivity for mutual benefit.

>> Organisers ‘restricted talks at Islamic forum’.

>> Conference unites students, leaders.

>> US think-tank plans branch in Qatar.

>> A historical verge, or back to Algeria in 1992?

>> Brookings Institution plans Qatar branch.

>> Bridging the divide.

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