by Todd C. Frankel, Tim Craig and Brittney Marti STAFFORD, TEX. — The funeral was about to begin, the first of 10 for the victims of the Santa Fe High School mass shooting, and the body of Sabika Sheikh was waiting at the mosque. Sabika, 17, dreamed of being a diplomat, of working to empower Continue Reading
Message of the Gospel ‘at stake’ in Farmersville cemetery flap, former Muslim says
By Sara Horn FARMERSVILLE, Texas (Christian Examiner) - Concerned citizens who packed into a local high school cafeteria for a town hall meeting in Farmersville last week to discuss a proposed Muslim cemetery agree on one thing - there is very little agreement to be found in the meeting itself, Continue Reading
After Texas, is it ‘high time’ we ban Muhammad cartoons?
By Brian Pellot Not again. Police shot dead two gunmen who opened fire at Pamela Geller’s “Muhammad Art Exhibit” in Garland, Texas last night. The news hit hard for three reasons: A security officer was needlessly shot and a town terrorized, ostensibly over art. The gunmen’s actions Continue Reading