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Mr. President, seize this moment

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A glimmer of hope in Israeli-Palestinian dance of death

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Elie Wiesel Speaks at John Hagee Event

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Then They Came for the Bahá’ís

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Take Your Spirit to School

As we gear up to send our kids back to school, let us not forget the importance of teaching our soul as well as our minds.

“Ants are not bugs!”

Preachers are indignant against what offends what they’re for. I felt that indignation in E.O.Wilson when I heard him snort, … Continued