British ISIS Fan Aims To Become the First Woman To Cut Off a Western Hostage’s Head

Via the Telegraph, proof that women in Islam are perhaps equal to men after all:

A female jihadist from London has vowed to become the first female to behead a western prisoner in Syria.

Khadijah Dare, who is originally from Lewisham in south east London, took to Twitter to celebrate the brutal murder of American journalist James Foley.



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The Armagayddon is Coming Soon

In a hilarious promotional video for Ireland’s LGBT Noise March for Marriage, this straight couple talks about the horrors that will befall them if gay marriage is legalized:



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Secular Student Alliance Announces Scholarships for Young Activists

For the first time ever, the Secular Student Alliance is giving away scholarships, ranging from $250 to $500, to student activists in college or grad school:



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Amish Father Nixes Cops’ Request For a Picture of His Kidnapped Daughter, Because It Would Displease God

When two preteen sisters were abducted from the town of Oswegatchie in upstate New York recently, police quickly sprang into action. Naturally, officers asked the parents for photos of their daughters, so that the girls’ likenesses could be distributed in a bid to bring the young victims back.

The reply was unusual:

The family had none: They were Amish, a community that generally prohibits photographs partly based on the biblical injunction against likenesses.

The cops then proposed that the parents work with a police sketch artist to produce pictures of the girls.



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New Policy in Town of Greece (NY) May Stop Atheists from Delivering Invocations

Last month, atheist Dan Courtney delivered an invocation at the Greece (New York) Town Board meeting, making him the first atheist to do so at the focal point of this spring’s Supreme Court ruling.

Remember: This is the town that had overwhelmingly Christian prayers (to Jesus Christ, no less, not a generic God) for several years before two residents stepped in and challenged them.

Even after that, the board only had a few token non-Christians give invocations before going right back to Christians all the time.

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