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Christian, Muslim leaders disagree
They came from two seemingly opposite ends of the spectrum.
Muslims and Mennonites.
But in the gymnasium at Fairview Christian School on Saturday night, they were just there to hear each other out.
Representatives from Berks' Christian and Muslim communities squared off before about 150 people in a friendly debate on why each group believes theirs to be the true religion ...
Sat May 18, 2013
Michigan vs. Muslim Supremacists
said in the Islam Forum:
..."After growing religious tensions between some Christian missionaries and local Muslims, the annual Arab International Festival in Dearborn has been canceled for this year ..."
Score one for humanity.
Shi'ite jihadists bomb Sunnis
Bombs struck Sunni areas in Baghdad and surrounding areas Friday, killing at least 76 people in the deadliest day in Iraq in two months, officials said. The surge in violence has raised fears the country could be on the path to a new round of sectarian bloodshed ...
Fri May 17, 2013
Turkey's dream of Ottoman revival
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu recently visited Diyarbakir, the most important Kurdish city in Turkey's troubled Southeast. As the post-World War I political structure of the Middle East buckles, Kurdish separatist ambitions have become an increasingly important issue, not just for Turkey, but for Syria and Iraq as well.
Mr. Davutoglu's solution to the Kurdish problem is to turn the clock back 100 years, to the time before World War I when the Ottoman Empire held sway ...
'F*** America' and 'Praise Allah'?
As police searched for him, and as he lay bleeding in his boat hideout, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wrote "F*** America" on the side panel of the boat, police in Massachusetts told ABC News.
Officers said they also discovered the phrase "Praise Allah" on the boat's side panels and several anti-American screeds, including references to Iraq, Afghanistan and "the infidels" ...
Imams promote sex slavery rings
The Oxford grooming ring was promoted by imams who encourage followers to think white women deserve to be “punished”, an Islamic leader has claimed.
Dr Taj Hargey, imam of the Oxford Islamic Congregation, said race and religion were inextricably linked to the recent spate of grooming rings in which Muslim men have targeted under-age white girls ...