Faith

Fourth Circuit: 90-Year-Old Cross-Shaped Monument to WW1 Dead Is Illegal

Wednesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ordered the removal of a Bladensburg, Maryland, World War I memorial because its 40-foot tall cross shape violates the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, reversing a lower court ruling that would have preserved the monument and drawing impassioned reactions from litigants and observers throughout the week.

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Ten Commandments Case

The Supreme Court on Monday denied review in a major constitutional case involving a Ten Commandments display, leading experts to speculate as to when the Court will take on the “big one” on what the Constitution requires regarding faith in the public square.

Sukkah

Muslim Bus Driver Transforms Jerusalem Bus Into Sukkah

Jewish commuters in Jerusalem were delighted to alight upon a bus decked out as a traditional Sukkah – replete with bamboo roof and festooned with decorations – courtesy of a Muslim bus driver who was hoping the Sukkah-bus would “improve relations” with his passengers.

Moroccan Intellectual Slammed for Denying ‘Miracles’ in the Quran

TEL AVIV — Moroccan intellectual , human rights activist and secularist Ahmed Assid has met with a storm of anger on social media after claiming that there is no proof of the miracles described in the Quran and for criticizing the larger Muslim world for advancing in science or technology.

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