News and Analysis (9/11/15)

The state curriculum includes “Hinduism, Buddhism, monotheism, the 10 Commandments, the Hebrew Bible, Christianity and Jesus being the son of God” as well as Islam, Shintoism, and Buddhism. School board chairman David Bates “said it is essential to teach about religion, not of religion”:

One difference between US and IS is that we cover up our atrocities while they post theirs on the Internet:

A “leading chemical weapons expert has told the BBC there is ‘very strong and compelling evidence’ that mustard gas has been used in a recent attack, blamed on Islamic State (IS) militants” …

… but even as the world has awoken to the tragedy of the Syrians, but the head of Oxfam’s programs in Yemen says, “Yemen is one of the world’s worst crises”:

The Israeli decision equates Muslim groups that shout “God is Great” and hold up the Qur’an to Jewsih groups that “carried out so-called price-tag acts of vandalism and arson against churches, mosques and Palestinian property”:

Devout Catholic Steven Colbert, reflecting on both Christian history and current events involving Muslims observes that “every religion has been so defensive of its beliefs that it has actually abandoned its beliefs at times”:

“If elected, Khan or Kamall would immediately become one of the most prominent Muslim politicians in Western Europe. They’d also give voice to the rising Muslim population in London, which was 12.4% of the city in the 2011 national census”:

Fourteen years later, the 9/11 attacks and the thousands of innocents killed represent international criminality and immorality of the first order” yet “no one in Washington has yet taken the slightest responsibility for” policies responsible for floods of refugees and  hundreds of thousands dead:






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