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  • 12 takes on Egypt 12 months later

     
    Twelve months after protesters took to the streets of Cairo, eventually overthrowing the regime of President Hosni Mubarak, we offer 12 different takes on Egypt and where it is headed:...
  • Tithing: In the news (ask Mitt Romney) but also in Old Testament

     
    Mitt Romney's tithe: Politics and religion, sometimes antagonistic but oftimes entwined, share a common need. Whether from campaign contributions or tithing, both need to raise money....
  • Holocaust Center opens exhibit on Muslims who helped Jews

     
    The Holocaust Center will be hosting a reception for the opening of their new exhibit on the Albanian Muslims who saved Jews during the Holocaust. The event will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 29, at the Center, 851 N Maitland Ave. in Maitland. It is co-...
  • Book news: Salman Rushdie, tattoos, and Thomas Mann on Hollywood

     
    How the controversy over Salman Rushdie looked in Jaipur, the continued health of Politics & Prose, Jackie Collins' letterhead, and what Thomas Mann wrote about Los Angeles....
  • Islamists, protesters clash outside Egyptian parliament

     
    REPORTING FROM CAIRO -- Hundreds of protesters demonstrating outside parliament Tuesday clashed with Muslim Brotherhood members, leaving more than 20 injured as tensions sharpened between Islamists and liberals over the fate of the revolution that toppled...
  • Why are U.S., Russia squabbling over Syria at the United Nations?

     
    The United States and a coalition of Arab countries are likely to face off with Russia at the United Nations over a proposed resolution that could call on Syrian President Bashar Assad to relinquish power, Patrick J. McDonnell reports for The Times. The...
  • Egyptian protesters press their demand for end to military rule

     
    Tens of thousands of protesters flooded Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday demanding a swift transfer of power from the ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces to a civilian government in order to complete the revolution that toppled former President Hosni...
  • Suicide bombing at Baghdad funeral kills 32 people

     
    A suicide car bomb detonated Friday at a busy Baghdad intersection as a funeral procession was passing by, killing 32 people and injuring 65, authorities said....
  • Philippines forces kill 3 most-wanted terrorists, officials say

     
    Three high-level leaders from an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist network have been killed in a dawn raid in the southern Philippines....
  • Supreme leader: Iran will retaliate against 'threats'

     
    Iran's supreme leader used a sermon at weekly Muslim prayers to lash out at criticism of Iran's nuclear program and to dismiss escalating Western sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic....
  • NYPD investigation of Muslims: Civil rights groups ask for probe

     
    The New York Police Department continued to find itself under pressure on Friday from civil rights groups angry over how cops investigate Muslims as part of its anti-terrorism probes....