Posts Tagged “Judaism”

Inscribed in a Tablet Preserved

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Inscribed in a Tablet Preserved

Inscribed in a Tablet Preserved The voices of intolerance are interpreting the U.S. and French Constitutions like the fanatics and the dystopians are interpreting the Koran. By Abdennour Toumi The dreadful on-going geopolitical events in the Middle East coincide with the debut of Ramadhan (Ramadan), a month-long observance of fasting, doing good deeds, acting generously…

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Eid al Adha holiday to be observed on Sept. 11

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Eid al Adha holiday to be observed on Sept. 11

Eid al Adha, One of the most important Islamic religious holidays, is expected to begin either on Sept. 11, 2016 or Sept. 12, 2016, causing some fear among Americans worried about violence from Al-Qaeda. But the truth is the holiday is less about differences than it is about similarities between Islam and the West By…

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IMAGINE a Thanksgiving of Real Peace: Paix, Salaam, Shalom

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IMAGINE a Thanksgiving of Real Peace: Paix, Salaam, Shalom

Thanksgiving season took a left to the liver on Friday night in the worst peacetime attack in France since World War Two. By Eileen Fleming Friday night in France three Islamic State jihadist cells coordinated near simultaneous attacks in bars, a concert hall and soccer stadium in unconscionable acts of revenge for French military action…

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Christian Arab presence in Bethlehem in Crisis

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Christian Arab presence in Bethlehem in Crisis

Christian Arab presence in Bethlehem in Crisis By Ray Hanania The issue of Christians in the Holy Land continues to be a topic that is twisted and distorted for political purposes with Muslims and Jews both arguing they do more for the increasingly deteriorating presence in traditionally Christian areas like Bethlehem, Beit Jala and Beit Sahour in the Israeli…

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Palestinian Jewish Martyr Jesus was never a Christian

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Palestinian Jewish Martyr Jesus was never a Christian

Palestinian Jewish Martyr Jesus was never a Christian By Eileen Fleming Exclusive to The Arab Daily News   Until my first trip to both sides of The Wall in the so called Holy Land I was a ‘church lady’ who taught Sunday School to middle and high school students at an Episcopal Church. After my…

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