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Rabble-rousing Islamic-hating rector Terry Jones has finally reaped the just awards he so richly deserved – he’s been arrested. Blessed be the Lord. The
The findings released Monday of a Pentagon investigation into February's burnings of Qurans by US soldiers in Afghanistan could hardly have been more timely. They come out at the end of the worst month for killings of US forces by their Afghan
The Defense Department has given administrative punishments to six Army soldiers for burning Qurans at a U.S. base in Afghanistan, and to three Marines for urinating on the corpses of Taliban insurgents. There were no criminal charges.
The nation's most influential pediatricians group says the health benefits of circumcision in newborn boys outweigh any risks and insurance companies should pay for it. In its latest policy statement on circumcision, a procedure that has been
A US military investigation has recommended disciplinary action for up to seven troops over their role in the burning of Qurans at a base in Afghanistan, a US official said Tuesday. No final decision has been made yet on the findings of a probe that
Intelligence Group, which monitors militant messages. The U.S. apologized, saying the Islamic texts were mistakenly sent to a garbage burn pit. Deadly protests raged in Afghanistan for six days afterward. Al-
Saturday May 5, 2012 Search About Salem-News.com is the premiere Independent Online Newsgroup in the United States. Burning the holy books which are interconnected with the hearts and souls of millions of people around the world is one of the most
Report by JENIFERLAMUG "Islam has one goal: That is world domination," said Pastor Terry Jones, speaking on Saturday in front of the biggest mosque in Michigan. Having around 20 supporters who
An Afghan army soldier on Monday ambushed the NATO troops in the southern province of the country and killed three soldiers – two British and one Afghan army soldier –, critically injuring another. The attacker was wearing Afghan
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan says efforts to hand over security to the Afghans and wind down the decade-plus war are on track despite anger over a U.S. soldier's alleged massacre of Afghan civilians and the burning of Qurans.