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  • U.S. ad rejecting film fails to persuade Pakistani protesters

     
    As violent demonstrations swept through Pakistani cities on Friday, protesters infuriated by a video made in Southern California that mocked Muhammad said they were unconvinced by U.S. efforts to tamp down the anger created by the film. Washington spent...
  • Seminole State hosts panel on role of women in religion Sept. 27

     
    The World Religions Club at Seminole State College of Florida will present a panel discussion of “The Role of Women in Religion: A Dialogue between Women of Faith” from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27. The discussion will be held at  ...
  • Religious freedom under increasing threat worldwide, study says

     
    More countries around the world are clamping down on religious freedom and harassment and intimidation of religious groups has surged, according to a new study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center. The new report tracked changes in religious...
  • Protestants lose their majority status in religion survey

     
    Protestants, whose ideals of hard work, individualism and democratic governance have fundamentally shaped the national character, no longer make up a majority of Americans for the first time in history, according to a new study released Tuesday....
  • Muslims in Bangladesh torch Buddhist temples over Facebook image

     
    Angry Muslims in southeast Bangladesh torched at least 10 Buddhist temples and dozens of homes Sunday after alleging that a Buddhist man insulted Islam on his Facebook page, authorities said....
  • Deputy shot in East L.A. described as rising leader, praised by Sheriff Baca

     
    Mohamed Ahmed, the deputy wounded Tuesday in a shootout in East L.A., was scheduled to undergo surgery Wednesday as family and colleagues rallied by his side. A Somali immigrant, the 27-year-old Ahmed was seen as a promising young deputy in......
  • The Obama-Hu summit: 'A spirit of cooperation that is also friendly competition'

     
    Full text of the presidents' White house news conference where they eac describe te status of a range of bilateral issues.....
  • West and religious leaders divided over his Islam comments

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Several religious leaders told South Florida Congressman Allen West on Wednesday they have “deep concern” over his recent comments about a Muslim colleague in Congress and about “y...
  • BAHRAIN: Protesters demand release of all political prisoners

     
    Buoyed by their recent success in securing the release of almost two dozen high-profile activists, thousands of protesters Wednesday marched on the Interior Ministry in Bahrain's capital, Manama, demanding the release of all political prisoners, the...
  • NCIS/NCIS: Los Angeles -- "Faith" and "Brimstone"

    NCIS/NCIS: Los Angeles -- "Faith" and "Brimstone"
    It's a matter of faith on both NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles this week. Gibbs and the gang tackle the murder of a recently-converted Muslim marine while he was praying, while Callen and co. get up close and personal with at least four separate bombs. How's...
  • The road to religion

    The road to religion
    The first thing to know about Maryland's Religious Freedom Byway is that religion in Colonial Maryland was rarely free. "It came at a cost to everybody, Catholics in particular," Sheila Smith told us at the courthouse in Port Tobacco, an 18th-century...