9/11 is different this year, and not
Each September 11th since 2001 has had its own climate in which we remember the horror of that day, and we all deal with it in our own way, publicly or privately. But on this anniversary, we’re caught in a confluence of events that expose our collective raw nerves.
Four churches in and around Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia have been
firebombed in the continued reaction to a court ruling that Christians
may use the word “Allah.”
What new textbooks will teach our children
About Islam and its role in history and modern civilization.
A million acts of kindness…untold?
Here’s the walkup to Thomas Friedman’s incisive piece in the New York Times about what Maj. Hasan may have been thinking at Ft. Hood.
A favoured religion
A newly appointed federal judge President Obama named to the Seventh
Circuit isn’t getting much media scrutiny for a controversial ruling he
made that, effectively, makes prayers to Allah politically correct and
perfectly acceptable in the public square, but not prayers invoking the
name of Jesus Christ.
Are we getting too ‘touchy-feely’?
There was no reason not to grant Maj. Nidal M. Hasan’s pressing requests to be released from the Army.
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