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  • WEST BANK: Bethlehem glows on Christmas Eve

     
    In the West Bank city of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, thousands of Palestinians and visitors from all over the world gathered at Manger Square on Christmas Eve to watch Jerusalem's Catholic patriarch, Fouad Twal, lead a procession of......
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Religious tolerance under attack

     
    Sunday's editorial about post 9-11 religious tolerance in America is fair game for criticism, as are all editorials. But some of the responses we got – several dozen letters to the editor – made me wonder if some readers well, read the...
  • Take the pledge to end intolerance

     
    In September, URI (United Religions Initiative) invited people around the world to sign a pledge to take action against intolerance in their communities.  The pledge site, www.uri.org/takethepledge, provides a list of suggested actions people can take...
  • Lake-Sumter CC hosts interfaith forum Thursday

     
    Dr. William C. Weckerly willl present an Interfaith Forum of the three major monotheistic religions on Thursday, Nov. 17, fromm 9:30 a.m.- 11 a.m.   The dialogue will be in Room 108A of the Cooper Memorial Library on the at Lake-Sumter Community College ...
  • Interfaith prayer service for peace on Thursday, Jan. 19

     
    Religious leaders from several faiths will join for an interfaith prayer for peace at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 19 at Congregation of Reform Judaism, 928 Malone Dr., Orlando. The faith leaders will gather to pray for the common goal of peace through word and...
  • Late Night: Jon Stewart defends Mitt Romney's Mormonism

     
    Jon Stewart, on "The Daily Show" Wednesday night, went after critics from both sides of the aisle who've voiced concerns -- and in some cases, stereotypes -- about Mitt Romney's beliefs....