Religion Principal

Federal judge to decide whether healthcare workers should be granted religious exemption for COVID-19 shooting

A federal judge will soon decide whether healthcare workers should be able to withdraw from Maine’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for religious reasons. Nine anonymous workers have sued the state to demand such an exemption, which is currently not allowed. Their lawsuit could take on broader significance in light of a conservative shift at the U.S. Supreme Court. On Monday, U.S. …

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Investors are more vulnerable in the COVID environment

In terms of investment knowledge, almost four-fifths (78.9%) said they had little or no investment knowledge. A minority of 17.5% would have an average knowledge of investments and 3.5% high knowledge of investments. “Despite the pandemic, the IPC is operating at full capacity and remains open,” the report said. “The Clinic’s social workers work remotely and diligently to advance the …

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The destruction of Turkish cultural heritage in Cyprus, Turkey, Artsakh

The Mother See of Saint Etchmiadzin of the Armenian Apostolic Church recently organized a conference on international religious freedom and peace with the blessings of His Holiness Karekin II, the Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians. Tasoula Hadjitofi, founding president of the march of truth, was one of the guests. She spoke about the genocide and her own experience …

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Two Kerala teachers build 150 houses for homeless people in ten years

Two teachers from Kerala helped build a house for a homeless student after her father died in 2011. Ten years later, they completed the construction of 150 houses for homeless families, regardless of their caste or background. religion. Sister Lizzy Chakkalakkal, director of the Girls’ School at Notre Dame Convent in Thoppumpady in Kochi, Kerala, started the Home Challenge mission …

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“Pakistan and Saudi Arabia bound by religion and region” – Journal

KARACHI: A book titled Pakistan’s Relations with Saudi Arabia by former Ambassador Shahid Amin was launched at the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) on Saturday afternoon. Speaking on the occasion, former Senator and Information Minister Javed Jabbar said the book was truly a remarkable contribution to a very limited range of literature on the subject. “What better gentleman to do …

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Five finds from ancient Greece that shaped our modern world

The theater started in ancient Athens. The first productions were based on religious ceremonies, represented through tragedy, but over time other genres like comedy and satire were created. Credit: Wikipedia /Public domain. If you are wondering exactly what were the contributions of ancient Greece to our modern world, here is just a small sample of the major inventions and discoveries …

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Kwale residents urged to avoid divisive politicians

Kwale County Deputy Governor (DG) Fatuma Achani called on residents to reject opportunistic politicians to divide them along religious and tribal lines ahead of the 2022 general election. Achani denounced the current scenario where people considering various elective positions promote tribalism, the politics of insults and hate speech to gain support. She said it was high time Kenyans learned to …

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Constitution Day 2021: Celebrating the Bill of Rights

The United States is a relatively young country, but we have the oldest written national constitution. On Constitution Day, we honor this incredible document, which has persisted for over two centuries and inspired a host of other constitutions around the world. Today marks the 234th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. Our Constitution has lasted so long thanks to …

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