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In his own words: Imam Hassan Guillet’s address at Quebec City funeral for 3 mosque victims

Let us face it. Alexandre Bissonnette didn’t start from a vacuum. For political reasons, and what is happening the Middle East and unfortunately, for ignorance, a lot of things happened.

This guy was empoisoned. But we want Alexandre to be the last one to have a criminal act like that. We want to stop it. One of the definitions of madness is to do exactly the same thing and expect a different result.

If we do exactly the same thing, my friends, we will have exactly the same result. Are we happy with the result? Are we happy with six dead, five wounded, 17 orphans, six widows and a destroyed family which is the family of Alexandre Bissonnette and maybe his friends too?

To Stop Injustice She Gave up her Right to Anonymity to Encourage Others to Share Their Stories

A church minister was jailed yesterday after abusing his status as a pillar of the community to hide the fact that he had raped his daughter.

Mark Anderson, 54, who worked at an Apostolic Pentecostal church in Hackney, north London, twice raped Rebekah Anderson in their own home when she was aged nine and 12.

When she was 14, he sexually assaulted her and attacked her causing her actual bodily harm because she tried to tell her mother what had happened.

Rebekah Anderson gave up her right to anonymity to encourage others to share their stories
He was jailed for 19 years after being convicted …more: thetimes.co.uk

Islam Will Not Have Its Own ‘Reformation’!

Stop expecting a Muslim Martin Luther. No two religions follow the same historical path.Islam Will Not Have Its Own ‘Reformation’

Islam Will Not Have Its Own ‘Reformation’

Last week, in his annual Christmas address, Pope Francis prayed for victims of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. His prayers for both Christian and Muslim victims of the jihadis’ violence were a fitting tribute to one of the most dismal aspects of 2014. But the pope’s words also offered a striking contrast between the manifest humility of the Vatican — back on the good side of what seems like a decades-long good-pope/bad-pope routine — and the savagery of a newly declared caliphate.

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