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Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Nov 19, 2014 | Stephanie Block
Dietrich von Hildebrand's memoir of his life of heroic consistency of belief and action in Germany in the midst of the Holocaust.

The unrelenting push for assisted suicide

Nov 17, 2014 | Camille Giglio

Islam must wrestle with its dark angels and abandon the language of hate

Nov 17, 2014 | Jonathan Sacks
'To be free, you must let go of hate,' says Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in an address to Britain's parliament on the crisis in the Mideast.

Tainted tetanus vaccine stirs a row in Kenya

Nov 14, 2014 | Martyn Drakard
A Kenyan teachers union, and the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, have called for an investigation into fears that a UN-sponsored tetanus vaccine is causing miscarriages among Kenyan women.

Amnesty International squelches free speech

Nov 11, 2014 | Alan Dershowitz

Pakistani man is hacked to death for alleged blasphemy against Islam

Nov 7, 2014 | Martin Barillas
A pregnant Christian woman and her husband were burned to death in a brick kiln by a Muslim to whom they owed money. In another case, a man was hacked to death with an axe while in jail when his jailer accused him of blasphemy.

Prince Charles asks Muslims to defend Christian minorities

Nov 7, 2014 | Spero News
Archbishop of Canterbury rebukes President Obama for being 'sheepish' on the persecution of Christians in the Mideast. Prince Charles, on the other hand, is calling on Muslims to defend Christians and underscore human rights.

Cannibal Welshman killed by police

Nov 7, 2014 | Martin Barillas
Cerys Yemm met Matthew Williams one night at a bar. What happened to her that night has traumatized police officers who are now receiving psychological counseling.
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