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Peace on earth? The end of the Iraq war

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Soliders of conscience

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Faithful objection to military action

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What Islamists and Islamaphobes don’t want you to know

By Alex Kronemerfilm producer The Fort Hood tragedy has become a renewed occasion for many self-appointed spokespersons, hostile critics, experts, … Continued

Our moral duty to Afghanistan

By Muqtedar KhanDirector of Islamic Studies, University of Delaware On November 5, I had the privilege of testifying to the … Continued

Disarmament Begins With Ourselves

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Satan’s Last Gasp

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Bush’s Tortured Morality

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Don’t Overreact!

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The Economics of Sin and Virtue

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