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West Bank mosque ‘set alight by Jewish settlers’

The attack left walls charred, books burned and graffiti scrawled on the walls Israel is investigating Palestinian suspicions that a mosque in the West Bank was set alight by Jewish settlers. Arsonists reportedly scrawled Hebrew graffiti on the walls of

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Posted in Israel, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Palestinian Territories, Religion and Politics

Florida Church Says Koran Burning Still On

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Posted in Religion and Politics, The Right-Wing, United States

How to Kill Goyim and Influence People: Israeli Rabbis Defend Book’s Shocking Religious Defense of Killing Non-Jews (with Video)

A rabbinical guidebook for killing non-Jews has sparked an uproar in Israel and exposed the power a bunch of genocidal theocrats wield over the government. When I went into the Jewish religious book emporium, Pomeranz, in central Jerusalem to inquire

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Posted in Israel, Religion and Politics

How Religious Were the Founding Fathers? – Gordon Wood

Historian Gordon Wood explains that Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and George Washington were not “emotionally religious.” He outlines the development of religion in the early United States, stating that as American society became more democratic, “the evangelicals took over.” —–

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Posted in Politics, Religion and Politics

NYPD rewords report that some say insulted Muslims

NEW YORK — The New York Police Department has revised a highly touted report on the threat of homegrown terrorism in response to complaints that it was an insult to law-abiding, observant Muslims. A coalition of Muslim groups on Wednesday

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Posted in Islamic extremism, Religion and Politics

The Paradox of Muslim Weakness

Islamists, even when not in power, wield fear and faith to pressure their societies in conservative directions Seven years after 9/11, views on the Islamist threat remain polarized and both are flawed, argues journalist and author Sadanand Dhume: The right

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Posted in Religion, Religion and Politics

Afghan teacher shot dead after condemning suicide bombings as un-Islamic

A teacher was shot to death in northern Afghanistan after he gave a speech condemning suicide bombings, it was revealed today. Abdul Hadi claimed the attacks were un-Islamic and un-Afghan during a speech yesterday in the Archi district of Kunduz

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Posted in Afghanistan, Attacks on Civilians, Freedom of speech, Religion and Politics

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