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· June, 2010

Stories about Religion from June, 2010

Middle East: Goodbye Saramago

Bloggers across the Middle East mourned the death of Portuguese writer Jose Saramago. Tarek Amr rounds up their reactions.

Pakistan: Perils Of Mixing State With Religion

Serbia: Mufti Zukorlic vs Blic

Pakistan: What Is Blasphemy?

Russia: Cocks and Prayers

Guadeloupe: The Blogging Priest

Somalia: Death to anyone who watches the World Cup

Singapore: Tax on church groups

India: The Saga Of The Tele-evangelist

Pakistan: Millat Facebook

Russia: New Websites to Promote Modernist Islam

Fiji: Priorities questioned for boarding school

Egypt: Scheherazade must Die

Freedom of Expression is taking a beating in Egypt. In a series of lawsuits against writers, Scheherazade of 1001 Nights is now being accused of immorality and some lawyers want...

Egypt: Should Coptic Divorcees Remarry?

The Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court has issued a ruling obliging Coptic Pope Shenouda III to allow Coptic divorcees to remarry. The pope has rejected the ruling. Supporters of the church...

Cuba: Slow Going

Haiti: What Would Jean-Juste Say?

Pakistan: Bloggers Reject Religious Hatred

93 innocent lives were lost when the Ahmadiyya religious community was attacked in Lahore around a week ago. Pakistani bloggers, netizens and activists have denounced the attacks in strong words.

Indian Diaspora: Going traditional in Raleigh

Armenia: Stone crosses

Russia: Protest Against Building in the Historical Center of Moscow

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