Islamists Find an Excuse to Run Rampant in India
By TAREK FATAH

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Whether it is France or Nigeria, Italy or Myanmar, the presence of militant Muslims is a serious cause of concern to all — most of all to Muslims who want freedom from Islamists, be they inspired by Iran, Saudi Arabia or Pakistan. If one were to watch India through the lens of its social media and the statements made by …

eHeziIslamists Find an Excuse to Run Rampant in India
By TAREK FATAH

Rose Helps Lead Over 30 Dems in Calling for Vote on NO BAN Act to Repeal Anti-Muslim Travel Ban

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Following reports of the Administration expanding the anti-Muslim Travel Ban to additional countries, Congressman leads coalition of moderate Democrats call for passage of legislation that would repeal existing ban, and prevent expansion or future discriminatory bans WASHINGTON, DC – January 18, 2020 — Congressman Max Rose joined yesterday together with Congressmembers Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey and Stephanie Murphy of Florida …

eHeziRose Helps Lead Over 30 Dems in Calling for Vote on NO BAN Act to Repeal Anti-Muslim Travel Ban

“Hating and Loving” for Islam
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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During a New Year’s Eve Islamic terror attack that took place in Russia minutes before the clock struck midnight, two Muslim men—Akhmed Imagozhev, 22 and Mikail Miziyev, 18—drove their car into and stabbed to death two police officers, one a married father of four.  Other officers subsequently shot one of the jihadis dead, while hospitalizing the other. This is hardly …

eHezi“Hating and Loving” for Islam
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

How Martin Luther King, Jr. Changed Hearts
By Dr. EARL H. TILFORD

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TUSCALOOSA, AL — January 15, 2020 — My father was a Presbyterian minister in rural northwest Alabama from 1961 to 1965. I came of age there, then left the University of Alabama with an M.A. in history in 1969. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and Governor George C. Wallace framed the historical context of a changing south to which I …

eHeziHow Martin Luther King, Jr. Changed Hearts
By Dr. EARL H. TILFORD

Informed by One’s Inner Voice
By HEZI ARIS

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FOR WOMEN ONLY YONKERS, NY —January 14, 2020 —The rhythm of life is too often couched by responsibility and distraction. And yet, allowing other stimuli to distract from our very being robs us of the wisdom, function, and joy of knowing who we are,especially if engaged in the discovery process among an exclusive gathering of women that permits exploration of …

eHeziInformed by One’s Inner Voice
By HEZI ARIS

Childhood of Horror: Tales of Muslim Mothers and Daughters
By Prof. PHYLLIS CHESLER

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Excerpts of an article originally published under the title “Western Feminists AWOL in Supporting Abused and Dissident Muslim Women.” JANUARY 9, 2020 — Ex-Muslim Yasmine Mohammed, a Canadian citizen of Egyptian and Palestinian ancestry, just published a dramatic and heartbreaking memoir, Unveiled: How Western Liberals Empower Radical Islam. In it, she describes a childhood of horror, one in which as a …

eHeziChildhood of Horror: Tales of Muslim Mothers and Daughters
By Prof. PHYLLIS CHESLER

Why Not Diwali Holiday? Hindus Ask Valley Stream School District

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Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, said that Diwali holiday in VSCHSD would be a step in the positive direction in view of presence of a substantial number of Hindu students in the District; as it was important to meet the religious and spiritual needs of Hindu pupils. Zed, who is President of Universal Society of …

eHeziWhy Not Diwali Holiday? Hindus Ask Valley Stream School District

Being a Generous Angel
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — January 7, 2020 — Recently, two incredible parallel but related things happened. In synagogues around the world, the Torah section was read recounting Joseph’s dreams, being sold into slavery, imprisoned, and then interpreting the dreams of Pharaoh’s servants. (Genesis 37-40) Even though we know that every word of every sentence is significant, its easy to overlook some …

Jonathan FeldsteinBeing a Generous Angel
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Bigotry Tests Our Values. It’s A Test We Can Pass Together
By RICHARD BRODSKY

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — January 5, 2020 — The explosion of public expressions of bigotry is breathtaking. We had thought that, as individuals and as a society, we had moved past the acceptance of awful and indefensible behaviors. The evidence is otherwise. Laws had been passed. It wasn’t legal to discriminate. Penalties had been enhanced. Do wrong and you paid …

Richard BrodskyBigotry Tests Our Values. It’s A Test We Can Pass Together
By RICHARD BRODSKY

Renewing the Call for Countywide Data Listing of All Hate Crimes
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report Did those who committed acts of hate on properties get caught?  What was the punishment? GREENBURGH, NY — January 5, 2020  — Almost every day we read about a hate crime at some location in Westchester and the region. Yesterday there was a report of a menorah, church windows vandalized in Westchester (see link). Earlier this week …

eHeziRenewing the Call for Countywide Data Listing of All Hate Crimes
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER