The Jakarta governor, an ethnic Chinese Christian, faces a candidate supported by conservative Muslims
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New evidence that disagreement over Trump actually led some evangelicals to leave their church
On the political spectrum, more and more people are choosing to identify as conservative or liberal, and the amount of moderates to fill in that gap has been tremendously reduced year after year after year.
Along with being similar societies with all the good; strong rule of law, secularism, and equality, the dark forces of mistaking religion for geographic culture, Islamophobia, and “othering” continue to divide.
Only one group of Americans still openly rejects a secular society: White evangelical Christians
Turkish President Erdogan has carefully and systematically crafted policies framed in Islamic clothing
I recently joined a day of solidarity in support of equality and tolerance, supporting American Muslims. There is no greater time than now to stand up for our Muslim brothers and sisters.
As Jakarta elections decide its next governor, the capital has been rocked by religious tensions
Residents in the Indonesian capital Jakarta went to the polls Wednesday to elect the city’s governor
Trump is not just actualizing or enabling already held sentiments, he is also expanding on such notions by fabricating a distinct American ideology that explicitly borrows from politics in Europe.