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Westerners Welcome Harems

November 26, 2008
by Daniel Pipes
Jerusalem Post

http://www.danielpipes.org/article/6022

A Scottish judge recently bent the law to benefit a polygamous household. The case involved a Muslim male who drove 64 miles per hour in a 30 mph zone - usually grounds for an automatic loss of one's driving ...

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Muslims Attack Coptic Church: Egypt

Thousands Protest, Vandalize Church in Egypt

At least five hurt as rioters stone, burn structure after inauguration of extension.

By Roger Elliott

ISTANBUL, November 26 (Compass Direct News) - Thousands of Muslim protestors on Sunday (Nov. 23) attacked a Coptic church in a suburb of Cairo, ...

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Celebrating Thanksgiving in America 2008

November 25, 2008
WallBuilders.comand David Barton brings us an excellent account of celebrating Thanksgiving in America, the history and the purpose.  Our evolving culture on our country has pushed this critical celebration to food and football.  Let us turn this back to God and giving Him thanks ...

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Oppression of Christians Persists in Various Parts of Mexico

November 25, 2008

Jailings, threats, fines, deprivation of water and electricity - all keep pace with church growth.

By Elisabeth Isais

MEXICO CITY, November 25 (Compass Direct News) - As the number of evangelical Christians in southern Mexico has grown, hostilities from "traditionalist ...

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Draft Law in Kazakhstan Threatens Reigious Freedom

November 25, 2008
Kazakhstan: USCIRF Concerned Over Draft Religion Law and Kazakh Government's Refusal to Make Public Drafts and Critiques
WASHINGTON-The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom is deeply concerned over a draft law that gravely threatens freedom of religion in ...

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Custody Battles in Egypt Bring Islamic Law into Question

November 24, 2008
Human rights advocates look to international arena for help.

By Roger Elliott

ISTANBUL, November 24 (Compass Direct News) - Egyptian human rights workers are looking to international bodies for support against Muslim judges who use sharia (Islamic law) to undermine custody ...

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UN to Mourn 60 Years of Israels Existence

November 23, 2008

NEW YORK - This Monday, November 24th, the UN will commemorate its annual International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People with a film depicting Jews as Nazi-equivalents and a public exhibit mourning the sixty years of Israel's existence.

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The Influence of Christian Interests in the Security Fence in Jerusalem, Israel

November 23, 2008
Right Side News has received the following report from Col. Danny Tirza and the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.  As we read the report, we are reminded of the critical relationships between the Jewish and Christian peoples.  The report outlines the urgent need for security ...

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Tearing down crosses and making threats does not change minds

Tearing down crosses and making threats does not change minds

November 22, 2008
By Vincent Gioia

Every generation or so complains about how the next generation is changing our lives, the country, etc. but sometimes the changes are not just in how long we let our hair grow or what the music fad is, sometimes the changes are tragic to the fabric of ...

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