Religion

What Does Ahmadinejad Think About the Holocaust?

Laurie Goodstein glides over the Iranian president's "record" and "stance on the Holocaust" without repeating his past denials that the Holocaust ever occurred.

The Times Gets A Little Big-Spending Religion

A rabbi, a Roman Catholic priest and a Baptist minister walk onto the floor of the Senate...

More Advocacy for U.S. Muslims from Reporter Neil MacFarquhar

MacFarquhar quotes Muslim Rep. Keith Ellison decrying "bigoted attacks" from two GOP Representatives - but fails to mention Ellison's comparison of 9-11 to the Reichstag Fire.

The Times' Muslim-Beat Reporter Again Goes to Bat for CAIR

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has a reliable friend in reporter Neil MacFarquhar.

Rival Papers to Blame for Muslim Principal's Resignation

Why did a principal who defended the T-shirt "Intifada-NYC" resign? The Times blamed "inadequate support for the principal and relentless criticism from some quarters of the news media, primarily ...

Neil MacFarquhar's Latest Knee-Jerk Defense of a Muslim Charity

The Times' Muslim-beat reporter writes like a pro-Muslim advocate: "For American Muslims, whose religion stipulates that they give 2.5 percent of their annual income to charity, the shuttering of ...

New British PM a Welcome Respite from Blair's "Apocalyptic View of Terrorism"

Bravo for Gordon Brown's PC approach to terrorism: "Mr. Brown played down the threat, treating the episodes as a crime rather than a threat to civilization. Yet, his minimalist approach seemed to ...

The Times Worries About Bush's Defense of Religious Freedoms

The Times is worried about the Bush Justice Department's focus on religion - and its hiring of lawyers from religious schools

Rosie O'Donnell, "Useful Provocateur" & Lou Dobbs, "Nativist"

Plus the "Un-American," "Loud and Loony Right" Against the Amnesty Bill

Bad Labeling Habits Continue

Liberal labeling habits: Meet Sen. Ted Kennedy, plain old "Democrat of Massachusetts," and check out the "conservative legacy of the religious right" (as opposed to the liberal legacy?).
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