Category Archives: Other religions

A song against terrorism

This inspiring song by Pakistani pop singers has become a way for Muslims to express their rejection of terrorism and say, “This is not us”. The song has appeared on the net for some months, but was only officially released in mid-July. Since then, it has gained a boost of Western press attention. Congratulations to the artists on this good work!
The producer of the song has started an NGO to advance the idea, and there is at least one fan web site devoted to

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Is the same thing going on here?

The National Post’s Michael Coren notes a TV expose of supposedly “moderate” British Muslims:

Journalists from Channel 4’s Dispatches programme conducted a 10-month undercover assignment in several of Britain’s leading mosques. The resulting segment, Undercover Mosque, was aired on Jan. 15. […]
What it found has provoked waves of shock. Several preachers and imams call for holy war, tell congregations that Muslims have to brainwash people, demand that homosexuals be murdered, insist that girls who refuse to wear the hijab should be beaten,

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Dozo yoroshiku

The other day I wrote about a fellow who made a sort of job out of performing religious acts; here’s another case and one that’s more obviously mercenary: western laymen dressing up as priests and conducting weddings for non-Christians in Japan.
Come to think of it, there’s probably a market for such services here too.

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Muslim fanatics harassing Catholics — in Connecticut!

A friend who attends Melkite parishes went to a parish’s summer festival last week, and writes this (emphasis added):

Went to St. Ann’s in Waterford [CT] this weekend with Archbishop Cyril, Bishop John and [pastor] Father Ed Kakaty. They had their festival, which was great. Interestingly enough, Father Ed made an announcement during [Divine Liturgy] that the church had received threatening calls from local Muslims complaining about the fact that there would be dancing. Evidently some families stayed away….we stayed for the first part of the festival.

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Death or the Cross

Over the last few weeks, I have been haunted by these questions:
1. How long will the war against Islamofascism last?
2. How many people will die as a result?
3. Will the Islamofascists win, or will their non-Islamofascist opponents win?
I’m interested in what you think — please contribute your own views. My answers are:
1. 10-15 years, though it may drag on for several more decades.
2. Somewhere between 500,000 and 20 million will die, but I will guess 2-3

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