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· January, 2010

Stories about Religion from January, 2010

Turkmenistan: Jesus saves Turkmenistan on TV

Syria: A Short Story

Africa: On Homophobia in Africa

Haiti, Poland: “Lost Polish Tribe on Haiti”

Pakistan: In Search Of A Pakistani Identity

Egypt: The Right to Speak Up

Egyptian bloggers and activists held a conference on January 22 in defense of their right to speak up after more than 20 Egyptian bloggers were arrested when their train arrived...

Haiti: Damage in Surrounding Areas

Haiti: Endurance

Haiti: 2 Weeks After

Nigeria: Bloggers discuss the massacre in Jos

On January 17th, violence erupted in the central Nigerian city of Jos. In the following hours, reports of the conflict spread as witnesses reported mobs armed with knives and machetes...

Afghanistan: Ex-Taliban official releases book

Saudi Arabia: Moving closer to child marriage ban

South Africa: The Polygamist President – “Doing a ‘Zuma'”

The President of South Africa has decided, once again, to marry. The number is up to 5 this time with recent news saying he's engaged to his sixth. The man...

Palestine: Christians Prevented from marking Epiphany on Jordan River

Barbados, Haiti: Power of Love

Egypt: Detained Bloggers Tell their Tales

More than 20 Egyptian bloggers, who were on their way to pay their respects to the families of the victims of the Coptic massacre, were arrested when their train arrived...

Haiti: “Our hope has not died”

Nepal: Saraswati Puja

Syria: Is one man really worth two women in Islam?

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Elects New Head

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has elected a new leader - Mr Muhammad Bedei. Egyptian bloggers reaction to the new appointment in this post.

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