Al Monitor 23 April 2014
By Fehim Tastekin
On April 20, a solemn couple lit candles and prayed in a church in Derik, a town near Turkey’s ancient city of Mardin, that has come to symbolize religious peace. They were there all alone, for the Surp Kevork Armenian Church has neither a bishop nor any parishioners but them.
AINA 23 April 2014
By Daniel Greenfield
Few divides are as impossible to bridge as those of religion. You either believe or you don't. When it comes to Islam, non-Muslims are expected to take its goodwill on faith. If you believe your eyes and ears, Islam and violence go together like peanut butter and jelly. But if you believe Muslims and their spin doctors with academic degrees, Muslims are the victims of other religions.
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West Info 23 April 2014
By Annalisa Lista
In the name of Sharia, men are seducing young girls outside the school gate, making them fall in love and then prostituting them out to family and friends. This is the scandalous phenomenon of grooming, which has been going on behind closed doors for over 20 years in the UK and has been denounced by the Law and Freedom Foundation.
A rapidly expanding community of Muslims wants to hire a new imam, or spiritual leader. The highly specialised job, which has been advertised by the Cork Muslim Society, comes with a €2,500 monthly salary and an immediate start date. The position is open to men only.