February 28, 2009

What happened in February 2009?

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Feb 27, 2009 (NY Times) (link to video of the person who did the study)
Denmark and Sweden, among the least religious nations in the world, are also "moral, stable, humane and deeply good." Our blog has a video of an atheist comedian in a Swedish church.

Feb 25, 2009
The Supreme Court ruled that a public park in Utah that includes a monument to the Ten Commandments need not make room for a similar monument reflecting the beliefs of an unusual religion called Summum. Read more about Summum on our blog.

Feb 23, 2009

Here is a link to a short documentary profiling an 11-year-old Pakistani girl on the last day before the Taliban (Islamic extremist) close down her school.

Feb 17, 2009
A man who founded a Muslim-American television station to help fight Muslim stereotypes is to appear in a suburban Buffalo court on charges that he decapitated his wife last week. Update with more news.

Feb 15, 2009
An Austrian pastor (right) who created a controversy by suggesting that God punished New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina because of the city's sins said he will ask the pope to rescind his promotion. Updated with more news.

Feb 13, 2009
A suicide bomber hiding explosives under her garments killed 35 Shite pilgrims south of Baghdad who were walking in an annual procession to the holy city of Karbala. Many of the dead were women and children.

Feb 2, 2009
Suspected Muslim rebels killed and then decapitated two Thai paramilitary rangers in the Muslim-majority far south, which has been plagued by five years of separatist unrest.

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