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Monday, February 23, 2015

More than 1,000 people formed a "ring of peace" Saturday outside Oslo's main synagogue at the initiative of a group of young Muslims. The event in the Norwegian capital follows a series of attacks against Jews in Europe, including the terror attacks in Paris in January and in neighboring Denmark last week. One of the eight independent organizers of Saturday's event in Oslo, Hajrah Arshad said the gathering shows "that Islam is about love and unity." "We want to demonstrate that Jews and Muslims do not hate each other," co-organizer Zeeshan Abdullah told the crowd, standing in a half-circle before the white synagogue. "We do not want individuals to define what Islam is for the rest of us." read more


Wednesday, December 03, 2014

The University of Texas at Austin has lost about 100 brains stored in jars of formaldehyde, possibly including that of the man who killed and wounded dozens in a campus shooting spree nearly 50 years ago, school officials and media said on Tuesday. Roughly 200 brains were transferred from the state hospital to the university nearly 30 years ago but the psychology lab only had room for half of them and about 100 were stored in a basement, the Austin American-Statesman newspaper reported. "It's entirely possible word got around among undergraduates and people started swiping them for living rooms or Halloween pranks," psychology professor Lawrence Cormack told the paper. read more


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And, then there's this: www.telegraph.co.uk

The drama of good versus evil continues.

Here's another good Muslim story that you don't normally see in the MSM and why: www.newsmax.com

"A Muslim leader who has called the Islamic State a "cult of death" told Newsmax TV on Monday that Muslims in America are actively promoting their religion as one of life"...

..., "because the news media pays far more attention to alarming videos published by terror groups who claim to kill in the name of Islam"...

"Let's face it: Our message is boring," said Al-Marayati.

"So maybe if we partner with each other, maybe we can come up with things that are more effective," he said. "But the idea is to get more Muslim community partners involved in this"...

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Before I possibly get criticized for the source, I'm a moderate and read everyone's news (left/right).

Case solved: www.latimes.com

Sorry for the loose headline typo.

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