News and Analysis (10/10/16)

“[T]wo days after an apparent Saudi-led air strike killed 140 mourners at a funeral attended by powerful tribal leaders” …

… “diplomatic neglect as well as US and UK arms sales have fueled Saudi-Iranian proxy war that could blow up in west’s face”:

The whistle blower says he was hired to make “television commercials portraying al-Qaeda in a negative light, … fake news segments intended to look like they were ‘created by Arabic TV’ … [and] fabricated propaganda films made to look like they came from al-Qaeda”:

Following Trump’s advice that Muslims report hatred when they see it, a college professor in Brooklyn tweeted, “I’m a Muslim, and I would like to report a crazy man threatening a woman on a stage in Missouri”:

Denying any terrorist links, Kimberly Miners says, “You don’t get **** for wearing nowt, but the second you start wearing [Islamic attire] you get accused [of extremism] and stuff”:

Tennessee has passed a law aimed at distinguishing teaching ABOUT religion for teaching religion:

Why are Muslims persecuted for acting on a commandment found in the New Testament (James 4:13-17)?

“Bacon isn’t … Kryptonite”:

“The Mandal officials said that ‘triple talaq’ has been abolished in many Islamic countries and has no support in Islam”:






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