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Wahabi/Deobandi ISIS bans philosophy, chemistry in Syria schools

A terror organization that issues its own passports

Editor’s note: The news that ISIL has banned philosophy as a subject at schools should not come as a surprise. 686 more words

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Wahabi/Deobandi ISIS bans philosophy, chemistry in Syria schools

A terror organization that issues its own passports

Editor’s note: The news that ISIL has banned philosophy as a subject at schools should not come as a surprise. 686 more words

Tychy@ the Fringe: Such A Nice Girl.

Jen McGregor’s “Such A Nice Girl” is the stablemate of Jen Adam’s earlier play “Warrior,” with both sharing the venue of St John’s Church. 488 more words

Fringe Review

THE HERETICAL IMPERATIVE (with apologies to Peter Berger)

Two internationally recognized authors and educators wrote in the latter part of the 20th century in response to the problems of pluralism in our times. They each wrote of different places and situations, but the timelessness of their combined message struck me in a powerful way while writing my dissertation from the research done in South Africa in 1989. 1,257 more words

Dialogue

STORY OF EVERY PAKISTANI

Life in Pakistan is turbulent yet monotonous. You never know, an instant could change your life. I am a proud Pakistani but what I feel is the plight of every Pakistani, I believe. 462 more words

Hard Talks

You Might Be A Sectarian If...

By: Garrett Best

In 1891, a book was published entitled The Old Faith Restated: Being a Restatement, by Representative Men, of the Fundamental Truths and Essential Doctrines of Christianity as Held and Advocated by The Disciples of Christ in the Light of Experience and of Biblical Research. 939 more words

US actions in Iraq fueled rise of a rebel - by Tim Arango & Eric Schmitt

BAGHDAD — When American forces raided a home near Falluja during the turbulent 2004 offensive against the Iraqi Wahabi/Deobandi insurgency, they got the hard-core militants they had been looking for. 1,951 more words

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