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"My Jihad is to march on despite the loss of my son."

An ad from the My Jihad campaign. Courtesy myjihad.org

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Religious programmers are producing halftime shows of their own. The #MyJihad campaign stops at D.C. Metro stations. A growing group of Orthodox Jews has prompted the Forverts to resume daily publication.

  • Kevan Scott

    Don’t those Westborough people ever go away? No answer needed, we all know the answer. Still, if the media and public showed no response whatsoever to them maybe the’d just retreat into their own little hate filled circle. Just a thought….

  • Ann Larson

    Westboro folk probably won’t go away. But I’ve seen how their obnoxious extremism can nudge fair minded people from indifference to awareness and inclusion or even advocacy. I’m thinking of several comments heard at the ELCA’s national assembly in 2001 as the denomination entered discussionsthat finally removed official barriers to partered gl (if not bt) pastors.

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