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Montag, März 07, 2011

Zeit Online: "Wir sind keine Ungläubigen"

Nach dem Anschlag von Alexandria erwachen die Kopten aus ihrer Trauer und beharren auf Ägypten als angestammter Heimat. Ein Besuch in einem der ältesten Klöster der Christenheit. [mehr...]

Samstag, November 20, 2010

Zeit Online: Papst will Kondomverbot der katholischen Kirche lockern

Historische Wende in der katholischen Aids-Politik: Benedikt XVI. sagt in einem Interview, das Kondome in "begründeten Einzelfällen" vor einer Ansteckung schützen dürfen. [mehr...]

Samstag, September 11, 2010

FP: An open letter to Osama bin Laden [Offener Brief an Osama Bin Laden]

Editors note: below and reproduced in full with the author's permission is an open letter written by Noman Benotman, a former commander in the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) and a former associate of Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri. In al Qaeda strategy meetings in Kandahar in 2000, Benotman warned the al-Qaeda leadership of ‘total failure' to realise their aims and called on bin Laden and al-Zawahiri to abandon violence. Soon after the 9/11 attacks, he distanced himself from al-Qaeda and later resigned from his own jihadist organisation. He has more recently been instrumental in negotiations with Libya's government to free former LIFG leaders, and in persuading these leaders to formally renounce terrorism. He also recently joined the London-based Quilliam Foundation as a Senior Analyst.

"Is it not time for believers to humble their hearts to the remembrance of
God and the Truth that has been revealed. Quran, 57:16

Dear Osama bin Laden Abu Abdullah, ......

Spiegel Online: "Osama, bitte beende die Gewalt!"

Sonntag, April 11, 2010

Telegraph UK: Richard Dawkins planning to have Pope Benedict arrested over 'crimes against humanity'

Richard Dawkins, the atheist campaigner and evolutionist, is planning to have Pope Benedict XVI arrested when he comes to Britain later this year for "crimes against humanity".

Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, the atheist author, are seeking advice from human rights lawyers as to what legal action can be taken against the pope over his alleged cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic church.
It emerged this weekend that in 1985 when he was in charge of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which deals with sex abuse cases, the pope signed a letter arguing that the “good of the universal church” should be considered against the defrocking of an American priest who committed sex offences against two boys.  more...

Spiegel online