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Gatestone Institute, by Denis MacEoin, June 18, 2014:
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Some motives of the members of the British Law Society might stem from a desire to appease the Muslim community, rather than insisting on the basic democratic dictum that the law is indifferent to wealth, poverty, skin color, political belief or religious allegiance.
Sometimes Old Testament narratives can provide striking parallels to social realities in modern traditional societies.
Reading 1 Kings 21, I find that the way Naboth can be removed as an obstacle to land acquisition by Ahab and Jezebel in ancient Israel is by means of a trumped-up blasphemy charge. 303 more words