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  1. Saudi female blogger jailed for 'offensive' tweet releasedRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    Suad Al Shammari had been incarcerated in the women's section at the General Prison of Briman in Jeddah, local news desk Sabq reported. The activist was apprehended in late October following formal complaints by religious figures over a tweet they found offensive to Islam and Prophet Mohammad .

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  2. Life is shortRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Life is short, so is February. A few days shorter than other months, February did not even exist once.

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  3. Andrew Sullivan to quit blogging?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Cave News

    A potpourri of interesting current events, new products, humor and just plain fun, so pull up a chair and stay a while. If your favorite post has disappeared out of sight, you can find it by selecting a category from the left hand side bar.

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  4. The sabbat Imbolc and its traditions: Part 1Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    In the earliest part of February, some pagans celebrate Imbolc every year. The month of February and the sabbat are considered a time to purify, rene, and refresh.

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  5. Our VocationRead the original story

    Friday Jan 2 | St. Anthony Messenger

    Every vocation is a vocation to sacrifice and to joy. It is a call to the knowledge of God, to the recognition of God as our Father, to joy in the understanding of His mercy.

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  6. ISIS burning books at Iraq libraries and loading artifacts onto...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    When Islamic State group militants invaded the Central Library of Mosul earlier this month, they were on a mission to destroy a familiar enemy: other people's ideas. Residents say the extremists smashed the locks that had protected the biggest repository of learning in the northern Iraq town, and loaded around 2,000 books - including children's stories, poetry, philosophy and tomes on sports, health, culture and science - into six pickup trucks.

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  7. Market MoverTIGER, Tiger, Burning Bright: Lessons from Carner and HoganRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    The question most likely to follow the name of the University of California at Berkeley physicist responsible for ruffling collars and generating tremendous banter amongst the physics community due to his new theory of gravity: A theory that may potentially re-champion the enlightenment absolutism of Newton. Interesting stuff considering that if the theory holds true it drastically restructures the conceptual understanding of the universe as we know it.

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  8. Holly is slow to grow and beset by seasonal cliches - but it's the gift that keeps on givingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Holly is one of the UK's native evergreens and still commands great respect in the countryside, says Anna Pavord Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies 'The holly and the ivy/ When they are both full grown/ Of all the trees that are in the wood/ Dum de dum dum dum de dum."

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  9. A queer magickRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Xtra!

    A friend recently asked me if someone could be a pagan without them knowing it. I guess you could just as easily ask: can a person be queer without knowing it? I have always known I was a pagan, and I have always known I was a fag, but what lacks sometimes is the ability to express or share it properly.

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  10. The myth & mystery of Popular WitchcraftRead the original story

    Friday | Xtra!

    Ah, Halloween. The time of year when candy manufacturers and dentists make big bucks, goths get to do all their home decor shopping for the year, Wiccans and other occultists suddenly have to fend off the media with big sticks and books like Popular Witchcraft get reviewed.

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  11. Finally a reason to watch the SuperbowlRead the original story

    Friday | Chicago Sun-Times

    To this non-NFL fan, the uproar over the New England Patriots' underinflated footballs is reminiscent of long-ago pro-rasslin' broadcasts from Sunnyside Garden in Queens. I used to watch with my grandfather Connors, who'd get worked up and throw empty Pabst Blue Ribbon cans at his black-and-white TV.

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  12. The ZimnyPAIN on a TrainRead the original story

    Dec 26, 2011 | American Reporter

    I don't mind receiving Christmas cards or being wished a "Merry Christmas" from friends, clerks, or even in junk mail trying to sell me something no sane person should ever buy. My wife and I even send Christmas cards, with messages of peace and joy, to our friends who are Christians or who we don't know their religion.

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  13. Alternative names and meanings for the February full moon: Part 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Just as the Native Americans established unique names for each full moon of the year, other cultures attached meaningful titles to the moon. As explored in " Alternative names and meanings for the February full moon: Part 1 ," the Native Americans sometimes named the moon after winter and seasonal references or titles related to the specific time in the year.

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  14. Students inspired to create unusual artRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ilkeston Advertiser

    An Ilkeston student used 200 online responses she received following an appeal to help her create an unusual piece of artwork as part of her studies. Shannon Moloney, a sixth former at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy, was inspired by artist Tracey Emin to create an installation which consisted of a full-sized room inside the gallery at the academy.

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  15. Vancouver artist Dina Goldstein's Gods of Suburbia showcases deities through a modern lensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Georgia Straight

    An award-winning Vancouver artist is uncertain whether her photograph depicting the back of the Prophet Muhammed will be included in an upcoming show in Manchester, England. Dina Goldstein told the Georgia Straight by phone that she and the gallery owner have discussed the possibility of placing the image in a private room when her series of images, Gods of Suburbia, is presented in March.

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  16. Your Turn: Jan. 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | MySanAntonio.com

    Rev. Russell Moore, left, director of the Southern Baptists Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, leads a discussion that includes poet Jackie Hill Perry, right, during the group's national conference last year. A reader praises Rev.

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  17. Gene Lyons: The Super Bowla s televised morality playRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Vallejo Times-Herald

    To this non-NFL fan, the uproar over the New England Patriots' underinflated footballs is reminiscent of long-ago pro-rasslin' broadcasts from Sunnyside Garden in Queens. I used to watch with my grandfather Connors, who'd get worked up and throw empty Pabst Blue Ribbon cans at his black-and-white TV.

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  18. Revelation and ConquestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Psychology Today

    One must oppose them because of their intellectual arrogance, which seems to me often like madness. We are told that there is only one way, one revelation: theirs.

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  19. Theft of our Celtic Sea God statue is a 'hate crime', says Irish pagan priestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Independent.ie

    A pagan priest has called on the PSNI to investigate the theft of a statue of a sea god as a hate crime. The 6ft statue of Manannan Mac Lir was cut down and removed from the top of Benevenagh Mountain above Limavady last week.

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  20. Another shot at religious valuesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Observer

    This letter is in response to the commentary "Military is part of America's diversity" . First to the writer, Jason Torpy, I thank you for your service in protecting our country.

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