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RSS bats for social harmony

BL SarafTwo developments of immense value have been noticed over the past two weeks that will, truly, have a calming effect on high anger and may relieve people of the physical and mental fatigue induced by COVID. They will bode well for the country. First, it was the courts that came to the rescue of the besieged citizens and showed …

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Court grants $ 7 million bail to suspects over masquerade-Muslim clash

Adebayo said sureties must reside within the court’s area of ​​jurisdiction and must attach their passport photographs to an affidavit of means. He said each surety must also have land properties within the court’s area of ​​jurisdiction and that the police must verify their residential addresses. Attorney General of the Republic, Mr. Abiodun Badiora, had previously told the court that …

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Canada, a country that loves religions

Due to its constitution, laws and tax system, Canada appears to favor systematic discrimination against non-believers. Posted on Jul 11, 2021 at 10:00 AM Marie-Claude GirardRetired from the Canadian Human Rights Commission First, the Constitution Act, 1982 begins “As Canada was founded on principles recognizing the transcendence of God and the rule of law.” This basic premise ostracizes all who …

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AfsanaBadosh ep 6: Listen to “Kamdhenu” by Salam Bin Razzaq

AfsanaBadosh, presented by Firstpost and Jashn-E-Qalam, celebrates the spirit of storytelling through the narratives of the greatest stories in Hindi and Urdu. This is episode 6 – “Kamdhenu” by Salam Bin Razzaq, performed by KC Shankar. Editorial, performance and text support by Neerja Deodhar | Art by Pinaki De | Episode edited by Varun Patil AFSANABADOSH afsana (history, legend) | …

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Study reveals brain circuit for spirituality

Using datasets from neurosurgery and brain injury patients, researchers recently mapped the locations of injuries associated with spiritual and religious beliefs to a specific human brain circuit. The team’s results are published in Biological Psychiatry. More than 80% of the people in the world consider themselves religious or spiritual. But research on the neurosciences of spirituality and religiosity has been …

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What can Catholics learn from Muslims about meeting God?

Islam is the world fastest growing religion, adopted by a quarter of the world’s population and with three and a half million members living in the United States. However, the dialogue between Christians and Muslims is tense, given the differences in theology, ethics, history and contemporary political realities. Benedictine brother. David Steindl-Rast offers this little book, 99 names of god, …

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Researchers link spirituality and religious belief to a brain circuit

Using datasets from neurosurgery patients and patients with brain damage, the researchers mapped the locations of lesions associated with spiritual and religious beliefs on a specific human brain circuit. More than 80% of the people in the world consider themselves religious or spiritual. But research on the neurosciences of spirituality and religiosity has been scarce. Previous studies have used functional …

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High School Calls For Resource Officer Removal After Complaints Over His ‘Dividing’ Police Public Defense, Thin Blue Line Patch

A suburban Chicago high school dumped its resource officer after receiving complaints about its police “division” public defense and the Thin Blue Line symbol – and the Mount Prospect Police Department chief, in the ‘Illinois, worried about the power a few people may have over a woman’s career, Fox News reported. What’s the background? Agent Lisa Schaps – who served …

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