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· May, 2011

Stories about Religion from May, 2011

Thailand: Foreigners banned from getting religious tattoos

Bolivia: Do Massive Religious Images Promote Tourism?

Philippines: Online campaign to defeat Reproductive Health measure

Kenya: Catholic Church Should Cleanse Its House

Indonesia: Tweeting a trial on religious violence

Egypt: Religious Minorities after the Revolution

Bermuda: Gay Rights

Russia: Peaceful Religious Co-Existence in Tatarstan

Kenya: Documentary on child abuse by Catholic priests

Russia: Most Users of Popular Social Network Are Russian Orthodox

Africa: Bloggers Discuss The Failed Rapture

The American Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping predicted that the Rapture would take place on May 21, 2011, when Christians will be caught up in the clouds to meet Jesus...

Caribbean: Reflections on the Rapture

So the world was supposed to end this past Saturday - at least according to some religious sects. Caribbean bloggers write about how one man's delusion had an impact on...

Cuba: More on “The Student”

Iran: 30 Bahais are arrested

Bulgaria: People Bring Flowers to Sofia's Mosque

Bulgaria: Right-Wing Group and Muslims Clash in Sofia

Ruslan Trad reports on the violent clashes that erupted in Sofia during today's nationalist rally against a mosque's loudspeakers, between sympathizers of the nationalist Ataka party and local Muslims.

Cuba: Pastor Speaks Out

Afghanistan: “Attorney General Dancing Drunk” scandalous video

Sri Lanka: Buddhism And Its Impact On Governance

Russia: Church of Scientology in Moscow

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