News and Analysis (7/22/10)

The “myth that al Qaeda is 100 feet tall has fed dramatic government growth since 9/11,” but Cato Institute VP Gene Healy says, “We’ve given al Qaeda power over us they don’t deserve” …

… Case in point, after being placed on the no-fly list, Zachary A. Chesser, also known as Abu Talhah Al-Amrikee, tries twice to travel to Somalia, once with his infant son “so to look less suspicious”:

“Given the fast development of China’s economy, and as its political status rises, I think Chinese Islam will become more important in the Islamic world,” says female imam at one of China’s female-only mosques:

Council on American-Islamic Relations calls on Electrolux to “engages with its Muslim workers to devise a solution that meets the legitimate needs and requirements of all parties”:

Would there “be the same reaction if a Baptist congregation wanted to build a ‘monstrous’ church near the site of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. After all, Timothy McVeigh was a Christian”:

“Technology changes the way people relate to each other, but it doesn’t really change the way that people relate to God. That sort of remains constant”:

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