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Oslo defendant says he killed 77 to protect Norway from Islam
Denver Post
(Hakon Mosvold Larsen, The Associated Press) OSLO —By turns defiant, impassive and, just once, tearful, the self-described anti-Islamic militant who admitted killing 77 people last year, including scores of young people at a summer camp on a tranquil, ...
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'Heaven on Earth,' by Sadakat Kadri
New York Times
He'd apparently suggested that the Shariah — God's law under Islam — be codified into written rules to facilitate a just society. It's hard to blame him for his longing. As Sadakat Kadri notes in "Heaven on Earth," his thorough and admirable new book ...
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Islam's Cartoon Missionaries
National Review Online
One year ago, Harvard University hosted a workshop to teach comic-book artists how to address Americans' "unease with Islam and the Middle East." And later this week, Georgetown University will air a PBS documentary, Wham! Bam!
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Report: Threat from anti-jihadist extremists grows
msnbc.com (blog)
Anthon Unger / AP Demonstrators from European anti-Islamic groups converged on Aarhus, Denmark March 31 to protest what they call the Islamization of Europe, as police tried to keep them apart from a larger group of counter-protesters.
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msnbc.com (blog)
Leader of Islamic Movement returns to Israel after UK legal battle
By Jack Khoury Tags: Israeli Arab Islam Islamic activist Sheikh Ra'ad Salah returned to Israel on Monday after spending ten months in Britain, where he was engaged in a lengthy legal battle with the British Home Office and immigration authorities.
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Islamic group decries Boko Haram's activities
Nigerian Tribune
An Islamic organisation,Ansarul Islam Society of Nigeria and Abroad Headquarter, has advised promoters of the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram, to engage in peaceful dialogue with the Federal Government instead of causing problems in the country.
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Islam 101: In brutal death, life lessons
London Free Press
By DALE CARRUTHERS The London Free Press When my instructor at the Islamic Centre of Southwestern Ontario chose Sunday's lecture topic, he had no idea he would soon be using a member of his mosque as a real-life example.
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Grappling with Islam
Chicago Tribune
At the age of 41, Ayad Akhtar seems suddenly to be everywhere, all at once. His much-hyped novel "American Dervish," the story of a Pakistani-American boy growing up in Wisconsin (much like Akhtar himself), was published in January by Little, Brown.
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Interpreting Shariah Law Across The Centuries
The first parts of his book describe how early Islamic scholars codified — and then modified — the code that would govern how people lead their daily lives. Kadri then turns to the modern day, reflecting on the lawmakers who are trying to prohibit ...
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