Monday, April 22, 2019   

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Michigan Jews, Muslims volunteering on Christmas
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About 1,000 Jewish volunteers from several congregations are expected to join local Muslims Wednesday for Mitzvah Day, the largest single day of volunteering by the local Jewish community. The Michigan Muslim Community Council is coordinating volunteers from its communities.




Muslims have a history of tolerance toward other faiths
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On May 27, Bill Stephens published a letter in The Star Press in which he claimed, “Muslims want Shariah law, that has death as a penalty for not converting to Islam, and permits honor killings, stoning to death if guilty of adultery, or cutting off hands if guilty of theft, and treating women like slaves. …”




Robert Spencer v. Peter Kreeft: “The Only Good Muslim is a Bad Muslim”
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The resolution being debated was that “the only good Muslim is a bad Muslim.” Imagine the reaction if it had been “the only good Jew is a bad Jew” or the “only good Christian is a bad Christian.”




Jewish terrorist sympathizers to meet at Ground Zero; What if they were Muslim
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On Sunday November 7th at 3:30 pm, followers and supporters of Rabbi Meir Kahane from Canada and America will gather at Ground Zero ostensibly to rally against “political Islam.”




Jeffrey Goldberg: Pamela Geller, Clinical Paranoid
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Jeffrey Goldberg isn’t my favorite journalist to say the least but he hits the nail on the head here about Geller calling her “clinical paranoid.” Geller has responded by saying Goldberg is the worst Jew to ever leave the womb. Ouch!




Thanks to the Imam, My Little Son Got Serious About Synagogue
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As a good and fractious Jew, I was somewhat ambivalent about which synagogue I would go to: The one I sometimes go to? The one I would never step foot in? The one that I really should create on my own, maybe?




Political Leaders’ Rift Grows on Muslim Center
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But as he has in the past, with a mixture of compassion and impatience, Mr. Bloomberg encouraged the families of those who died to move on emotionally. New Yorkers, he said, had collectively rejected calls to make the entire World Trade Center grounds a memorial.