Link Round-Up 10/26/2014

Link Round-Up 10/26/2014 October 25, 2014

Wesley Fenza talks of Self-Interested Feminism

Hirohito: String Puller, Not Puppet

BBC News – Profile: Nato secretary general Jens Stoltenberg

Hiba Kirsht offers a personal take on the movie Frozen.

Miri deconstructs the concept of unpopular opinions.

Jonathan MS Pearce reminds us of the racism and xenophobia in economic downturns.

10 Movies That Were More Biblical Than “Left Behind”

BBC News – Islamic State crisis: Yazidi anger at Iraq’s forgotten people

How to Win the Nobel Prize

When Bombs Aren’t Enough

Who is Kailash Satyarthi? – Hindustan Times

BBC News – The Nobel’s noble battle

Proud to be featured on Friendly Atheist: Blogger Kaveh Mousavi on Patheos — Describes First-Hand What’s It’s Like To Be an Atheist in Iran –

10 Grammar Mistakes People Love To Correct (That Aren’t Actually Wrong)

How No Cross No Crescent Became Mostly About Islam: An Exercise In Introspection 

Turkey’s Double Game in Syria by Christopher de Bellaigue

BBC News – Islamic State: What has Kobane battle taught us?

JT brings us the world of Christian Movie Reviews.

NPR uses the Oscar Pistorius trial as an excuse to introduce a must-read classic.

Jerry Coyne gives the correct reposne to that Aslan/Stedman joint essay.

The Kurds deserve our support, Infidel753 convincingly argues.

At Birthplace of the Arab Spring, Discontent Opens a Door to the Past

Sam Harris provides a convincing response to C J Werleman’s accusations.

Learn about Denis Mukwege, Congolese Gynecologist, the latest winner of the prestigious Sakharov Prize.

Cracked provides a first-hand account of how a cult is shaped.

An interesting analysis of Jekyll and Hyde: Forefathers of Internet Trolls


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