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  • EGYPT: Polls find economy major concern, few support theocracy

     
    According to a poll released Sunday, a minority of Egyptians support the Muslim Brotherhood, the once outlawed Islamist movement, and less than 1% favor an Iran-style Islamic theocracy. The Gallup poll conducted after former President Hosni Mubarak was...
  • Notre Dame, presidents and degrees

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama will not be the first president to address the graduates of Notre Dame when he sends off 2,000 undergraduates, 420 MBA recipients and 214 new lawyers on Sunday -- with an unknown number sitting......
  • IRAN: Outrage, and a warning, over Swiss vote to ban minarets

     
    An East-West clash over a Swiss referendum last week banning the construction of mosque minarets heated up today as Iran's foreign minister warned of unspecified "consequences" if the ban were enforced. Manouchehr Mottaki spoke on the phone with his...
  • Solution oriented politics

     
    Andrew Sullivan, who considers himself a conservative though many conservatives differ, writes: Conservatism is about applying a skepticism toward government with a desire to make government work. It's skeptical but not nihilist; it's concrete and...
  • LEBANON: In Muslim Middle East, Jehovah's Witnesses congregate in secret

     
    An elegantly dressed Lebanese woman in a black and white Chanel suit stood up and offered her seat to a Philippine domestic worker, "Please sit, I'll go look for more chairs." The unusual scene in Lebanon, where wealthy locals more......
  • Keeping it real

     
    For most of world history, human beings have seen religious rivals as inferior to themselves — practitioners of empty rituals, perpetrators of bogus miracles, and purveyors of fanciful myths. This way of seeing has given us religious violence from the.....
  • UCSF student from Long Beach is new UC student regent

     
    Alfredo Mireles Jr., a nurse who is a graduate student in health policy at UC San Francisco, was confirmed Thursday as a student representative on the UC Board of Regents. A Long Beach native, Mireles, 29, earned a bachelor's in......
  • Rosh Hashana messages from Kennedy, Reagan, Ford and Bush -- Hoover and Johnson too

     
    President Obama's Rosh Hashana message continued a tradition of presidential greetings on the Jewish holiday, a tradition carried by Ford, Reagan, Clinton, among others....
  • Learn about Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism on Friday radio show

     
    “Hindu University Hour” on AM 1440 tomorrow will focus on interreligious dialogue among the dharmic faiths, which originated in India. Panelists are Samnai Mudita Pragya ji, who will discuss Jainism; Shri Rajendra Singh ji, who will discuss...
  • Scott: Mosque issue is one of ’sensitivity’

     
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott clearly doesn't intend to moderate his public opposition to construction of a mosque and community center within a few blocks of Ground Zero in New York City. His latest effort: an editorial comment for...
  • Obama: It’s important for Americans to hang on to religious tolerance

     
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