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The Book of Comic Prayer

No, it’s not the prayer said by a comedian before going on-stage, it is a book that explores prayer through comic art written by Heather Annis, Director of Children and Youth Ministries at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Barrington, Rhode Island.

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Muslim superhero combats anti-Muslim advertising

This isn’t the first time that the American Freedom Defense Initiative has bought ads on San Francisco buses. On January 9, 50 of them appeared on Muni buses, stating, “Islamic Jew-Hatred: It’s in the Quran,” with pictures of Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin al-Husseini.
They’re protected by free speech, so Muni can’t refuse to run the ads, but in the past it has donated all the proceeds to San Francisco’s Human Rights Commission, according to the San Francisco Chronicle’s
This time, […]

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