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-New Jersey: Muslims Unhappy with Board for Voting Down Muslim Holiday

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Muslim parents are unhappy with the Jersey City School board for voting down an official school holiday for the Muslim holy day-  Eid al-Adha. The discussion became so heated at the school board meeting that security was called in to take control. The board noted that children could take the day off without penalty for […]

-Religious Affiliation in America: Overall Christian Decline but Evangelicals Still Strong

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

The latest comprehensive research from Pew on Religions in America shows Christianity in decline since 2007 ( –7.8%) with a dramatic rise in the unaffiliated (+ 22.8%). Nevertheless, Christians still account for 70.6% of the population with all other religions at only 5.9%. So Christianity is still the dominant religion in America. Note; while Catholics […]

-Catholic University an Offensive Environment for Muslim Students?

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

A Catholic University is supposedly being investigated because it has Christian crosses and icons in nearly every room. A complaint has been filed citing the school as an offensive environment for Muslim students seeking a place to pray. George Washington University Law School Professor John Banzhaf has filed a sixty page complaint against Catholic University […]

-Is Islam Compatible with Western Democracy?

Monday, April 20th, 2015

A few years ago we all witnessed on TV news the sight of thousands of protesters in Tunisia and later in Egypt calling for a change of government. The Western media and the Obama administration called it the ‘Arab Spring’ and celebrated it as a movement in favor of establishing Western style  democracies to replace […]

-Costco Lawsuit: Is this Really Religious Discrimination?

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

A former employee is suing Costco for religious discrimination after he complained about some of the requirements of his job which went against his faith. Then he was reassigned to a different position that he obviously did not like. As a Muslim he didn’t want to touch pork or liquor which was required in his […]

-Reactions to the Texas Islamic Sharia Tribunal

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Your browser does not support iframes. Two weeks ago we posted about the establishment of a new Muslim sharia tribunal in Texas. Since then I have found quite a few reactions to that development. The following are the most substantive: See the interview of two members of the tribunal by Glen Beck above. Later in […]