Religion News Blog’s Religion News Roundup, today with an item op apostasy, Nigerian pastor Enoch Adeboye, Scientology’s shenanigans, Neo-Nazis and other extremist nuts, Dutch Muslims rejecting Dutch schools, and more. Also: Today in History.
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Religion News Roundup, today with landmines surrounding Jesus’ baptism site; Ted Haggard, Somili pirates and other hypocrites; Jesus and Wikipedia.
Religion News Roundup for November 5, 2010
Five members or associates of an alleged neo-Nazi, white supremacist group known as the Connecticut White Wolves have been indicted by a federal grand jury, accused of conspiring to sell guns and homemade hand grenades to what they thought was a similar group out of state.
The Anti-Defamation League says that in recent years, the White Wolves have become a potentially dangerous group.
American neo-Nazis are using deceptive free music downloads to lure youth and college students into anti-Semitism, according to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of the B’Nai Brith organization. It said the new tactics specifically target high school and college students through advertisements in school newspapers.
Israel’s Arutz Sheva reports that a man who operates a racist web site tricked school papers “by changing his site when he placed ads offering music by independent artists, but after the ads were published, he returned the site to its usual white supremacist format.”
Also: “I’m Perfect, You’re Doomed.” Yes, it’s about Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Further, the definitive book on the Columbine High School massacre. Germany’s main Neo-Nazi party faces collapse, and according to the Vatican the Knights Templar hid the Shroud of Turin.
Also: Germany bans Neo-Nazi youth organization, and Jews in Brooklyn take the Amish on a walking tour…
Authorities searched more than 200 locations on Wednesday, March 4, confiscating 45,000 CDs, more than 170 computers and some 70 weapons.
A roundup of religion news stories, including: Town kicks out Scientology front group Turns out Harry Potter is a ‘Zionist plot’ ‘Prosperity Gospel’ feels runs into financial turbulence Some Church of England schools cater almost exclusively to Muslim pupils Sufi Muslims considered valuable allies in the fight against extremism Angels call for witches’ pardons Gay students at BYU still struggle for acceptance Vatican rehabilitates Holocaust denier Outrage at busty Virgin Mary fashion models — and more…
Adolf Hitler Campbell and his sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, were taken from their Holland Township, N.J., home on Friday by the state’s Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS), Sgt. John Harris of the Holland Township Police Department told FOXNews.com.
New Jersey officials said Wednesday that it is not just a matter of names. “DYFS would never remove a child simply based on that child’s name,” Bernyk said.