News and Analysis (4/16/17)

RESERVE YOUR SEATS FOR THE MINARET OF FREEDOM INSTITUTE’S 24TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER ON APRIL 21, 2017 AT THE MARRIOTT RESIDENCE INN IN BETHESDA. FEATURED SPEAKER WILL BE MUSTAFA AKYOL ON ISLAM, JESUS, AND THE GOSPEL OF LIBERTY.

Although “the first female Muslim judge,” kept her first husband’s last name, was once in the Nation of Islam, and did not object to being called Muslim, it unknown whether believed in the Muslim faith:

“A lot of our Arab brothers and sisters didn’t really care about being brothers and sisters until this point when they started having problems”:

Egypt’s “Christian minority has faced Muslim mob violence before, but not a full-scale sectarian campaign”: …

… but “the country’s faith leaders are already ahead in grass-roots reconciliation”:

The Sultan said that “empowering women is one of the positive base to a better, secured and productive society” at a graduation ceremony for “2000 women were [schooled] to live above the poverty line”:

“Uncontrolled power results in disaster…. If someone who represents 80 million people makes a mistake, then 80 million people pay the price” — Opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu:

A journalist found no evidence of extremism, but reported that a third of the schools cut off or isolated “children from mainstream society … [and] voiced concerns about … the level of German spoken”:

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