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Nolte: Trial By Reality Show Has to Stop

Any conviction outside of a legal trial where a group of 12 everyday Americans have heard all the evidence and are willing to live with that decision, is an act of mob justice, is scarlet lettering.

(FILES) US pop star and entertainer Michael Jackson preforms before an estimated audience of 60,000 in Brunei on July 16, 1996. Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest, sending shockwaves sweeping across the world and tributes pouring in on June 26 for the tortured music …

Worlds of Islam, Michael Jackson Collide in Egyptian Film

The news of the passing of the King of Pop is the start of a crisis of conscience for Sheikh Khalid Hani, the main character of the movie “Sheikh Jackson,” Egypt’s first feature film to focus on the religious movement known as Salafis, followers of one of the strictest interpretations of Islam.

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Five of the Best Charlie Hebdo Covers That Have Nothing to Do With Religion

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has become internationally synonymous with free speech after yesterday’s brutal massacre at their headquarters, perpetrated by radical Islamists seeking revenge for their mockery of Muhammad. The magazine regularly mocks Muhammad, Jesus Christ, both specific Popes and the papacy in general, and other religious figures, which appears to have led to some misconception that religious satire is their only trade.

Charlie Hebdo poked fun at everyone.