Religion

By IndepthAfrica
In Djibouti
Dec 21st, 2012
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The Abuja Muslim Forum (AMF) yesterday said the Islamic religion abhors killing and unjustified bombings and violence against innocent people and took exception to those branding Muslims as terrorists. The AMF made the statement when a delegation of the group paid a courtesy call on the corporate hea...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Sep 27th, 2012
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To such a degree has Religion fueled conflict, complicated politics, retarded social development and impaired human relations across the world, that one is often tempted to propose that Religion is innately an enemy of Humanity, if not indeed of itself a crime against Humanity. Certainly it cannot be...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jul 3rd, 2012
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By Justine John DYIKUK Karl Max has criticized religion as, “the opium of the masses.” The Maxis proposition alongside other anti-faith believes have left debates and counter debates on the supreme being, God and the expectant worship due him by humans. Form the etymological and historica...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
May 18th, 2012
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LONDON, ENGLAND – An estimated 100 people gathered at the Eritrean Embassy in London yesterday for a protest commemorating the tenth anniversary of the mass detentions of Eritrean Christians, which began after the government’s closure of every church except those belonging to three denominations. A l...
By benim
In Analysis
Jul 26th, 2011
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Decency versus Democracy I contend is apt relative to what has over the last few months become one of the hottest and trickiest topics to engage in at personal and group rising as far as to the national debate platform. Its implications have proven to traverse several social strata with each espousin...
By benim
In Guinea
May 6th, 2011
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CONAKRY, Guinea – A government minister says at least 25 people have been killed and a mosque has been destroyed in the West African nation of Guinea. The fighting took place earlier this week in Galapaye, about 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) south of the Guinean capital near the country’s border...
By benim
In Letters & Interviews
Feb 15th, 2011
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Dressed in simple trousers and a shirt and bowtie, Enoch Adeboye’s modest appearance belies the enormous influence and power he wields. The Nigerian pastor, known to his flock as “Daddy,” is one of the world’s most influential spiritual leaders. On any given night, he can draw...
By benim
In Lifestyle
Feb 4th, 2011
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HIRBET MADRAS, Israel — Israeli archaeologists presented a newly uncovered 1,500-year-old church in the Judean hills on Wednesday, including an unusually well-preserved mosaic floor with images of lions, foxes, fish and peacocks. The Byzantine church located southwest of Jerusalem, excavated over the...
By benim
In Crime & Corruption
Jan 7th, 2011
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About 30 Christian in Eritrea have been arrested simply for engaging in prayer meeting in a private house in Asmara, the capital city. According to a report by the International Christian Concern (ICC) (www.persecution.org) some of the Christians were only recently released after being detained for t...
By benim
In Egypt
Jan 6th, 2011
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One device containing nails and fireworks was found in a church staircase in the southern city of Minya but it had no detonator and one security official told Associated Press it may have been placed there to test security. Egyptian activists have called for Muslims to form human shields around churc...