Terrorism Is Not The Only Reason To Be Skeptical Of Muslim Immigration

Feb 27, 2017 by

By Nick Saffran, The Federalist: When we debate Muslim immigration—as we are again, as President Trump prepares to re-instate a revised travel ban—we mostly think about terrorism. This is a mistake, in part because it can border on fearmongering. Very few Muslims are terrorists, and the proposed...

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The Perfidy and Contempt of the BBC

Feb 27, 2017 by

from Voice for Justice UK: In November last year, following complaints of unacceptable Muslim bias and the deliberate marginalization of Christianity by its Muslim Head of Religion and Ethics, Aaqil Ahmed, the BBC announced that it was axing both the role of Head and the department of religion,...

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The ECHR turns its guns on marriage

Feb 27, 2017 by

By  Andrew Tettenborn, TCW; Last week, as noted by Harry Benson, a silly and rather childish human rights complaint reached the Court of Appeal. The claimants were a heterosexual couple who didn’t fancy either marriage or simple shacking-up. Their claim? Denying them a third option of a civil...

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When Christians Side Against Their Own Faith

Feb 27, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: Never mind all the atheists and Christophobes from without who are seeking to bring down the Christian church. Sadly, we have plenty of people within the church who seem to be doing a great job of this already. In the name of being “loving” and “tolerant” and...

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Georgetown, Slavery, and the Riots in Sweden

Feb 27, 2017 by

by William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine: Two years ago, Georgetown University made a show of repenting of its past connections to slavery by renaming two buildings whose namesakes had once sold slaves. It might be expected then that when a Georgetown faculty member defends slavery, not just online,...

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Christian Student ‘Wasn’t Allowed to Ask Critical Question About Islam’ During Oxford University Lecture

Feb 27, 2017 by

from Heat Street: A trainee Church of England priest at Oxford University has claimed he wasn’t allowed to ask critical questions about Islam during a seminar. The student has accused the university of discrimination and bias and made a formal complaint. In it, he says a lecturer pointed at him...

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