52 min ago
Catholic World News
Patriarch: Islamist regimes - even worse' than authoritarian ones
Questioning "the motive and the reasoning" behind support for regime change in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, and Libya, the head of the Chaldean Catholic Church said that Islamic fundamentalist regimes are "even worse" than authoritarian ones.
1 hr ago
Russia is Playing a Losing Hand like a Winner
After an interregnum of twenty years, during which the communist Soviet Union was demolished and a crony capitalist, Russian kleptocracy turned inward to establish firm control of journalists , civil society practitioners including lawyers, businessmen, and little girl punk bands, Vladimir Putin has laid down a marker in the Middle East.
Mon May 20, 2013
Nazi flag flies next to Mosque
Hundreds of residents of Gush Etzion, south of Jerusalem, were astounded Monday morning to see an oversized Nazi flag flying next to a mosque in the Arab town of Beit Omar ...
Spencer: Silent Tragedy of Child Marriage
Last Friday, an Afghan journalist named Mustafa Kazemi posted on Facebook a harrowing story about an eight-year-old girl in the Khashrood district of Nimruz province in Afghanistan, who was sold off into marriage to a mullah in his late 50s, and who bled to death on their wedding night ...
Islam's inroads into American society
Most respected posterEVER
said in the Islam Forum:
"In the U.S., the Muslim Brotherhood, or one of its derivatives, leads the offensive to insinuate Islamic law into American society ...
Sources from Islam will benefit Wikidata
With currently over 12,000,000 "items" registered in Wikidata, most of them registered with bots there is a monumental task waiting to be undertaken. It is adding sources to all this information stated as facts.
In Wikipedia it is policy that facts stated in an article need to be supported by sources. It is also a matter of principle that Wikipedia itself can not be considered a source itself. Stating that something is true because Wikipedia says so is good for more than a smile ...
Sun May 19, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
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 ...