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#India – Government data of Riot Victims identifying religion #mustread

Government releases data of Sep 24, 2013, TNN[ Bharti Jain ] A document released by the home ministry said there were 479 riots in the country, including in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh, till September 15 in which 107 people lost their lives…. Continue Reading →

#India – The Sex Lives of Godmen, Spiritual Healers #mustread

Of spiritual healers, hypnosis artists and sexual exploiters BY Mihir Srivastava , Open Magazine Indian and Western nirvana seekers differ in their attitudes to sexuality. Asaram Bapu no longer on Aastha channel, his sermons on which had become something of a morning… Continue Reading →

#India – Shocking facts Know how much Asaram Bapu or Baba Ramdev earns #godmen #mustshare

  India is a land of godmen. They make big money. Though health, well-being and spirituality are what they all profess, and earning in crores from their devotees, many have made it to the headlines for the controversy they create,… Continue Reading →

#India – Atheist teacher gets backing from Bombay High Court

Mumbai, September 7, 2013 Staff Reporter, The Hindu Can refusal to fold hands during prayer be called indiscipline, asks Bench Nashik-based teacher Sanjay Salve, who refused to fold his hands during religious prayers at his school, has found support from… Continue Reading →

#India – Who is #Asaram Bapu , self styled #Godman #Dhongibaba

The Saint And His Taint     Who is Asaram Bapu and what keeps his cult going? Jay Mazoomdaar tracks the controversial godman’s legacy from his base in Ahmedabad JAY MAZOOMDAAR 2013-09-07 , Issue 36 Volume 10 Once his name is mentioned,… Continue Reading →

What the Bible Says About Money ,Shocking !

  Monday, 12 Aug 2013 Most people know Sean Hyman from his regular appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg Television, but what they don’t know is that Sean is a former pastor, and that his secret to investing is… Continue Reading →

#India – Women beaten up for sharing faith in public #Vaw

New Delhi, July 29, 2013: The women were sharing their faith with shop owners and shoppers at a marketplace. Five women were beaten up at a marketplace in Andhra Pradesh while sharing about their Christian faith in public. The women, who… Continue Reading →

Mazar-e-Sharif Suicides: Poisonous Freedom for Afghan Women #Vaw

By Nicola Abé in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan Women in Mazar-e-Sharif have straddled the worlds between Western freedoms and conservative traditions for a decade. As the Taliban gains strength and the West pulls out, Afghanistan’s most liberal city is being plagued by… Continue Reading →

French Riots Intensify Debate Over Face-Veil Ban

By Hajer Naili WeNews correspondent July 30, 2013 Since youth riots last week over a police identity-check of a woman wearing a niqab, France has resumed debate of a 2011 law banning the face veil. Critics of the ban say… Continue Reading →

Sikhs ban civil ceremonies to avoid same-sex marriages #WTFnews

July 25, 2013 Other faiths may follow. United Kingdom, July 22, 2013: Sikh temples have been advised to halt all civil marriage ceremonies on their premises to protect them from possible legal challenges for refusing to conduct same-sex weddings. It… Continue Reading →

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