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Is King’s dream still alive?

Martin Luther King Jr. seen during his “I Have a Dream” speech.AP The lead up to the 50 th anniversary … Continued

Cape Verde’s Jewish history stays alive

Preservation of memory is critical to the Jewish psyche, and in Cape Verde there is an uplifting story of remembrance … Continued

Is Kurdistan an Iraqi success story?

The 10th anniversary of the start of the Iraq war this week is a fitting occasion to consider the current … Continued

Congress must address real roots of immigration

‘’For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a … Continued

Boteach: ‘I care about the Republican Party because of its strong emphasis on the dignity’

“I care about the Republican Party because of its strong emphasis on the dignity that comes from economic opportunity and … Continued

What are Jewish values?

More than two-thirds (68 percent) of Jewish Americans say they will participate in a Passover Seder this year, a ritual … Continued

MLK memorial ‘holy ground’ for many

Nikki Kahn THE WASHINGTON POST The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial is shown in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, July 16, … Continued

A defining moment for US, Egypt and the Middle East

Mike Huckabee, the conservative former Arkansas governor, this weekend said that he is concerned about Islam’s role in Egypt’s future. … Continued

The Egyptian revolution: An interfaith movement

Today’s guest blogger is Frank Fredericks, executive director of World Faith, co-director of Religious Freedom USA, and president of Çöñàr … Continued

Egypt’s Facebook revolution: is it spiritual?

Mike Huckabee, the conservative former Arkansas governor, this weekend said that he is concerned about Islam’s role in Egypt’s future. … Continued

Immigration reform: A Jewish imperative

Today’s guest blogger is Avi Smolen, a 2009 graduate of Rutgers University. Last year Avi worked as a Faiths Act … Continued

Presbyterian report condemns Israeli policies in Palestinian territories

By David Waters America’s largest Presbyterian denomination is preparing for a contentious General Assembly next month as delegates will be … Continued

Obama at the crossroads on religious liberty

FAITH AND FOREIGN POLICY By Thomas Farr The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (IRF) has come down hard on … Continued

Health care and the residual effects of race

The health care debate raged for more than a year and a half. During that time we did not experience … Continued

No just wars, only futile or necessary wars

Q: Is there such a thing as a ‘just war’? In his Nobel speech, was President Obama right to speak … Continued

Faith and climate change in Copenhagen

By Richard Cizikpresident, New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good The reality of the 21st century that President Barack Obama … Continued

Kennedy’s Dramatic Last Letter to Pope

By William Wan If you haven’t seen or heard it yet, I just want to mention here Sen. Edward Kennedy’s … Continued

U.S. Must Search for Common Ground in Muslim World

By Anja Manueladjunct professor, Stanford University Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has named Farah Pandith Special Representative to Muslim Communities. … Continued

Christian Right Revival?

Is the Christian Right retooling, regrouping or just rebranding? Leaders of two dozen organizations announced this past week the latest … Continued

Obama’s Brilliant Beginning

President Obama’s speech in Cairo was brilliant. It took a necessary leap forward in rhetoric, demonstrating that when Obama said … Continued