Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘religion’

Muslims in Europe: Belgium bans Islamic veil

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Lower Chamber of Belgian parliament has approved the ban to wear Islamic veil (paranja, nikab etc.) in public places. The ban was voted by majority vote – 136. The next step is adoption of the law by senators.

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Ethnic controversy in Nigeria: hundreds of victims

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Ethnic controversy in Nigerian state Plato caused about 500 deaths. This is the information of Dan Manjang who is the Advisor of state’s Governor. Meantime activists of rights protection tell about 300 victims.

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British churches may be allowed to bless gay marriages

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

British Parliament tries to amend the Bible. The House of Lords has adopted by majority vote amendments to the Law on equality which allows religious organizations to bless gay marriages.

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Dalai-Lama is now available in Twitter

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

It is now possible to speak to Dalai-Lama in Internet. On Monday, February, 22, Dalai-Lama created his own blog in Twitter. It is called @DalaiLama. The first notes tell about Dalai’s visit to Los Angeles.

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The Pope is going to preach through the Internet

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

The Pope Benedict XVI has called the priests to bring the Word of God through the Internet, active use of the World Wide Web and the participation in social networks of communication. The Pope’s message dedicated to the World day of social communications tells about the opening of the “new era” of the gospelization of virtual space.

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Muslims in the UK are not welcome

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Alan Johnson, the Home Secretary of the UK has prohibited the activity of British Muslim organization called Islam4UK. The members of this organization are going to be imprisoned.

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The murderers of 6 Copts have found themselves guilty

Friday, January 8th, 2010

According to the data of Egyptian Ministry of interior Egyptian police has arrested three persons suspected in murdering six Copts and one Muslim policeman on Christmas night. Three Muslims have found themselves guilty in killing seven people and given up to the police.

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Egyptian orthodox were killed on Christmas night

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

In the South Egypt collisions between orthodox Egyptians – Copts and the police forces have been occurred on January, 7, just after the 6 Copts were shot on Christmas night. The centre of the accident has become the town of Nag Hammadi.

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The Bethlehem Light of Peace continues its pilgrimage

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

The Bethlehem Light of Peace has been brought to Poland. The official ceremony has been held in Presidental Palace in Warsaw where Polish scouts have given the Bethlehem Light of Peace to the espose of the President because of the head of state absence due to illness.

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