Friday, February 10, 2012

Obama muslim prayer day

  • And, Muslim is not a religion; a person who follows the religion of Islam is a Muslim. The chain e-mail about Obama and the National Day of Prayer is full of inaccuracies.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Obama Latter-Day Saints, whose followers known as Mormons espouse socially conservative values and believe Christ appeared to founder Joseph Smith in America.
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  • During the campaign, they attacked Obama for being a Muslim. After all, they figured anyone with a name But then, the President and his family attended Easter Day services at St. Johns Episcopal Church.
  • (American Reporter)
  • Obama, who has been accused of secretly being a Muslim, spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington Jeff Sessions, (R-Ala.
  • (International Business Times)
  • Barack Obamas recent comments at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington have caused a stir But most of them live their faith, or try to live it, every day of the year. They dont pull it out to please a crowd or to make political points.
  • (RenewAmerica)
  • He changed, "The Fort Hood Muslim Terrorist" to, "Work Place Violence." Franklin Gramm was a scheduled speaker for the 2011 National Day of Prayer, but Muslims complained to Obama and the Pentagon canceled Gramm's speech.
  • (Olney Daily Mail)
  • He said he doesn't think President Barack Obama Muslim Brotherhood, who emerged as Egypt's dominant political force after a landslide victory in parliament elections. Obama, Romney, Gingrich campaign WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.
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  • The heaviest reported day of death since the Syrian uprising began coupled Church bells rang out and Muslim prayers were recited in Homs mosques for those killed, activists said. Thousands took part in funeral processions across the city.
  • (Bangkok Post)
  • Obama Day Saints, a branch of Christianity, known as the Mormons, with socially conservative values that believes Jesus appeared to founder Joseph Smith in America.
  • (Town Hall)
  • [White House, 4/6/10;, 4/19/11] Obama Administration Defended National Day Of Prayer In Court. In April 2010, a U.S. District judge in Wisconsin ruled that the annual National Day of Prayer, established in 1952, was unconstitutional.
  • (Media Matters)

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