News and Analysis (9/20/15)

“They just wanted to humiliate a little Muslim boy…. [T]hey didn’t evacuate the school[,] … call a bomb squad[, and] … get as far away from him as possible…. [T]hey put him and the clock in an office[,] … waited[ed] with him for the police to arrive, and then they put the clock in the same car as the police”:

“Dozens of Palestinians were injured on Friday as Israeli forces suppressed protests across the West Bank in support of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound amid ongoing entry restrictions”:

A “Syrian who escaped to Jordan, prayed that the hearts of rival leaders would be touched to stop the bloodshed. ‘Will it ever end? God knows. I hope all our leaders can come to Mecca and share the same faith as all those people do,’ he told Reuters.  One purpose of the Hajj is to do just that”:

Junaid Juhangir argues that since the “abuse and violence” for which the Qur’an justly condemns Lot’s people “is not found in loving same-sex relationships, tadabbur (deeper reflection) reveals that it would be inappropriate to equate committed same-sex relationships with the conduct of Lot’s people”:

After leaving active duty, they joined forces once again to create Combat Flip Flops, a company that flips the battle on how wars are won through their “Business, not Bullets” mantra.

“[W]hile Germany and France have the largest Muslim populations of any nation in Europe (unless we’re counting Russia or Turkey), the European Union member with the highest percentage of Muslims is actually Bulgaria. These are not immigrants”:

When “asked whether the billionaire businessman would consider putting a Muslim in his Cabinet or on his ticket,” Trump responded, “Oh, absolutely. No problem with that”:

 

Leave a Reply