News and Analysis (1/24/19)

“The legality of incarcerating a witness who has not been accused of any criminal activity has been questioned by some law experts who say its violates the Fourth Amendment”:

“The city of Wilmington has agreed to revise its dress code policy and explicitly allow religious clothing at its aquatic facilities”:

“Dozens of protesters … temporarily sealed the gates to the first operational section of the … road … [with] lanes divided by an eight-metre-high concrete wall – one for Palestinian[s] … and the other for … illegal Jewish” settlers”:

Protesters holding Israeli flags demonstrated in support of the Israeli-American commissioner’s accusations that Rashida Tlaib is “a Hamas-loving anti-Semite” who might “blow up Capitol Hill”:

“The arrests of three Rochester-area men and a 16-year-old who had access to homemade explosives and firearms sent shockwaves through the … small community [that] has been dogged by allegations on right-wing websites:

“The marriage of a Muslim man with an idolater … is merely an irregular (fasid) marriage. Any child born out of such wedlock (fasid marriage) is entitled to claim a share in his father’s property”:






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