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Boko-Haram: Religion a Victim of Terrorism

Religion remains a pinnacle of peace, no true religion encourages violence; all religion preaches peace and promotes mutual understanding among neighborhood. But regrettably, self-centered individual out of desperation has continued to manipulate religion to spread hate, cause violence and terror in the society and this has caused the loss of countless numbers of life and property around the globe. 717 more words


100 Year Old Perspective on Protests, Peaceful and Otherwise

A very strange strike out in the minutes of the Montreal Suffrage Association.

The modern media-generated trope with respect to the suffragettes of Great Britain in the 1910 era, consists of a young, bright but very bored member of the aristocracy getting involved with a cell and going out one night to break a window pane or two and then getting arrested, only to be released from jail when her angry but loving father intervenes through connections. 611 more words

1910 Women

How God Preserves Truth

“Truth cannot be stated clearly at all without being set over against error. Thus a large part of the New Testament is polemic; the enunciation of evangelical truth was occasioned by the errors which had arisen in the churches…there have been previous great crises in the church…one appeared in the second century, when the very life of Christendom was threatened by the Gnostics. 67 more words


Escape the Academy: Militancy and the University

I was lucky enough to share a meal a few weeks ago with a current student at my alma mater, who was embroiled this last year in a struggle over gender-neutral bathrooms on campus that received national attention. 1,749 more words


Suffragettes, The Hackney and Kingsland Gazette, Monday 13 July 1914

The Hackney and Kingsland Gazette

Monday 13 July 1914


While the King and Queen were driving to church in Edinburgh yesterday, a suffragette broke through the crowd and police and threw a small rubber ball into the royal carriage.

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News From 1914-18

Writings on the wall

Religious, ethnic, political and regional factors have combined to make Karachi a sectarian tinderbox

By Hasan Abdullah

In Karachi, sectarian hatred is visible on the walls of the city. 1,828 more words