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Last December, the United Nations General Assembly slammed Iran’s flagrant human rights violations. The resolution criticized the regime's use of inhuman punishments, including flogging and amputations. The UN’s 61st resolution on human rights abuses in Iran also censured the mullahs’ dictatorship for the rise in executions, public hangings and the… Read More
Terrorism could be the heading of the running chapter in human history though strife had always been its grand title. Assorted terrorist groups to espouse their parochial causes have come to target their ideological opponents with utter cynicism. At least they have an articulated grievance and identified opponents with defined… Read More

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Thirteen year old Betony is the daughter of an insurance man turned Evangelical preacher. Into her life comes a London-based Islamic terrorist cell that aims to explode a bomb in her midwestern town. The bombing is part of a larger plan to bomb one modest community in each of the… Read More

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I'm a frequenter of FundamentalistsSayTheDarndestThings.com Go there for a laugh or four. Anyways, I don't like the idea of organized religion. Also, I'm agnostic, so don't assume I'm not. The Godhead theory is more my style. Read More

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leaving something to someone unborn to try to explain...... Read More

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This is me at my most cynical. I write this as a dedicated Christian who is beyond frustrated about narrow-mindedness and intolerance Read More

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Part of the reason Rebecca hates her father is certainly that he's been rich enough to keep her out of jail, and in one private school after another. Rich enough to protect her. But unwilling to be near her, or even talk to her on the phone. Now that no… Read More
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