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Atheists sue to have cross removed from Ground ZeroCountry/Region: United States
A group of atheists in New York have filed a lawsuit to prevent
a cross from being displayed at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
American Atheists, a Texas-based group that describes its mission as protecting civil rights for non-believers, claims the government installation of the cross is an unconstitutional "mingling of church and state".
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #31
Islamist group pilots “sharia-controlled zone”;
Sydney man lashed 40 times under Islamic law;
Australian universities infiltrated by Islamic extremists;
Texan Governor sued for “unconstitutional” participation in prayer rally;
Islamist group pilots “sharia-controlled zone”
Muslims Against Crusades are targeting the London borough of Waltham Forest to be the first “sharia-controlled zone” as part of a new “Islamic Emirates Project”.
Sydney man lashed 40 times under Islamic law
A Sydney man was allegedly whipped up to 40 times for going out for alcoholic drinks with friends in a violent kind of sharia punishment.
Australian Universities infiltrated by Islamic extremists
Universities in Australia have been targeted by an Islamic extremist group that urges Muslims to reject democracy and promotes violence against Australian troops fighting in Afghanistan.
Texan Governor sued for “unconstitutional” participation in prayer rally
Texas Governor Rick Perry is being sued by a national organisation focused on ensuring the separation of Church and state because he plans to participate in a forthcoming Christian prayer rally.
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #30
UK’s equality watchdog says Christians should have right to
Christian teacher reprimanded in UK for explaining religion;
Islamists call for sharia in British “emirates”;
Muslim prayers at Toronto school causes outcry;
Virginia curriculum sidelines Christianity and promotes Islam;
Second Australian state moves to implement veil law;
Australia’s Muslim leaders want sharia, survey shows;