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The Maine law prohibiting the use of public tuition funds at schools that teach religious doctrine has been challenged on four previous occasions, in both state and federal court.
Al-Azhar's Grand Imam Ahmed Al-Tayyeb previously warned on his daily TV programme against allegedly orchestrated campaigns targeting Egyptian Muslim youth, to transfer their religious doctrine from Sunni to Shi'a Islam.
Of course, many followers of those religions do not consider the descriptions of violence and oppression in their religion's canon to reflect religious doctrine. Those religionists will consider Garcia's portrayal inaccurate as they cherry-pick the decent parts in arguing otherwise.
In advancing the neutral-principles framework, the supreme Court enabled courts to resolve co-religionist commercial disputes while avoiding the religious question doctrine--that is, the constitutional prohibition against interpreting religious doctrine or practice.
Summary: The Nusra Front has said it was severing ties with a rebel group in Raqqa province because it failed to abide by the Al-Qaeda affiliate's religious doctrine.
He did not identify the extremists but said they were "distorting and falsifying" religious doctrine with a creed of opposing anyone who was different from them culturally or religiously.
Is your argument that belief in fetal personhood is merely a religious doctrine that no secular person could accept?
Hijazi added that Iranian tourists would not arrive in Egypt to visit the country and enjoy what it has to offer, but would be more likely to spread their religious doctrine. Echoing similar fears, the nation's tourism minister said that the government would keep a strict check on tourists to ensure that they came only for leisure.
Outlining the unique influences of an ancient religious tradition, and the more recent effects of colonial oppression on the development of the debate, the work explores the ways in which Hindu religious doctrine attempts to accept and include modern science in its discourse.
Between Terror and Tolerance: Religious Leaders, Conflict, and Peacemaking provides college-level readers with a fine collection offering chapters discussing links between religion, nationalism and intolerance, offering country case studies of social divisions and conflicts brought about by religious doctrine. These selected cases show how religious leaders interpret their doctrines and affect human rights issues, ameliorate or mediate conflict, and more, and offer inspections of policies and programs by organizations that embrace religious leaders as keys to solving social ills.
"Terrorist groups have drawn on radical interpretations of religious doctrine to justify political violence that is actually prohibited by Islam."
Rejecting any notion of a God-centered world, the objective truth of religious doctrine, or an afterlife, C.
The Head of the Kuwaiti parliament the National Assembly, Jassim al-Khurafi was forced Wednesday to adjourn the assembly after a dispute broke out between a Sunni and a Shiite MP regarding religious doctrine, according to the London-based AL QUDS AL ARABI Thursday.
The Muslim Empires of the Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals provides an antidote to the modern view of Muslim societies by illustrating the complexity, humanity and vitality of these empires--empires that cannot be reduced simply to religious doctrine. Between 1453 and 1526, Muslims founded three major states in the Mediterranean, Iran and South Asia: respectively the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires.
On a descriptive level, there is ample Supreme Court case law supporting the proposition that the Court generally eschews decisionmaking that requires adjudication of religious doctrine. (12) As a thresh old matter, as far back as 1944, the Court emphasized that it may not determine the "truth or falsity" of a religious belief.