Youth volunteers sought for campaign against bigotry

March 30, 2011

PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/Two U.S. State Department employees — one who speaks out against anti-Semitism, the other against Islamaphobia – have teamed up to promote a global campaign to get young people to combat racial, ethnic and religious bigotry by volunteering their time for people unlike them.

Majority of U.S. Catholics back gay rights in survey

March 22, 2011

In spite of, or perhaps because of, Roman Catholic church teachings condemning homosexuality, many lay Catholics in the United States be more accepting toward same-sex relationships than the general public, a new survey found. POPE-USA/

from India Insight:

Headscarf headache to cancel Obama Temple visit

October 19, 2010

Ask any travel agent, globe-trotter or gap-year student: The Golden Temple in Amritsar, north India, is both a site of pilgrimage for Sikhs and a must-see on any tourists' Indian itinerary.Sikh devotees gather to pay their obeisance at the holy Sikh shrine of Golden Temple on the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh in Amritsar, India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma

“MOOZ-lum” film depicts challenges for black U.S. Muslims

By Reuters Staff
September 22, 2010

mooz-lumThe makers of a new movie about family life for black Muslims in America want to highlight challenges facing followers of Islam, just as Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” revealed the racism and harsh realities facing black youth in Brooklyn two decades ago.

U.S. Jesuits honour ABC Williams with prize named after English martyr

January 15, 2010
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Archbishop Rowan Williams leads Christmas carol service at Canterbury Cathedral, 23 Dec 2009/Suzanne Plunkett

Most U.S. Protestant pastors see Islam as dangerous – survey

December 15, 2009
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American Muslims at the Atlanta Masjid of al-Islam mosque, 9 Feb 2007/Tami Chappell