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What? No Easter Greeting? from President Obama

What? No Easter Greeting?

by Keith Koffler on April 25, 2011, 11:11 am

Updated 8:00 pm ET

Just when I thought the current team running the White House might have used up all its allotted mistakes comes word that President Obama failed to issue either an Easter or a Good Friday greeting to the nation.
Until there’s a problem with them.Fox News first caught the blunder and put it into context that makes the omission insulting to Christians. The mistake is odd enough to call into question just what Obama’s priorities are. By comparison, the White House has released statements recognizing the observance of major Muslim holidays and released statements in 2010 on Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr, Hajj, and Eid-ul-Adha.

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American Muslim Lobby Force Firing of Popular Radio Host?

Washington, D.C. radio station WMAL is once again being accused of firing a popular talk show host because of his criticism of radical Muslims. The station, a major source of news and information for the nation’s capital, claims that popular morning host Fred Grandy resigned on his own, but Grandy tells AIM that he was essentially forced to leave after his wife, who is also outspoken about radical Islam, was cut from the program.

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International People's on Human Rights chief Prof. Richard denied entry in India-Protests in San Fransico


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Protests were witnessed in front of the Indian consulate in San Francisco, US, protesting the denial of entry in India to Prof Richard Shapiro, chair of the anthropology department at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.Shapiro's wife Angana Chatterji, who is a well-known activist, is a citizen of India and a permanent resident of the US.
She is also the co-convener of the International People's Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Kashmir.

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Former National Security advisor of India predicts Obama's visit a fiasco

I don't think Obama's visit will be a success'


Brajesh Mishra, India's [ Images ] former National Security Adviser and one of the country's leading strategic thinkers, shares his take on United States President Barack Obama's [ Images ] visit to India.
Read on to find out why he thinks that the much-awaited visit may not succeed in spite of the need for India and the US to engage more than ever.

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