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CP World Report: Yasser Arafat, Gaza-Israel Fatwa, Uganda Jubilee Prayer, Angus T. Jones

November 28, 2012|10:27 am

The remains of Yasser Arafat was quietly dug up in the middle of the night, to test a suspicion that the PLO leader was poisoned with a radioactive substance.

TAG: Israel has repeatedly called on the Palestinian leadership to release his medical records, which it has steadfastly refused to do.

Uganda's Christian president has lead a national Prayer -Jubilee in honor of the nation's 50th anniversary of independence from Britain. During the service, President Yoweri Museveni publicly repented for his personal sins and the sins of the nation. After that, he dedicated Uganda to God.

A mayor from Quebec, Canada is challenging a city ban of council prayers. And he's taken it to court, arguing that Canada's own constitution acknowledges the role of God in government. Saguenay's mayor, Jean Tremblay, argued before a judge that city council meetings should be allowed to begin with a prayer if participants want it. He also evoked the 1982 Constitution Act, which recognizes that Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law. The Quebec human rights tribunal, however, has been working hard to take down religious influences and symbols across the province. It has called for the city council prayers to be dropped, for crucifixes in city council chambers to be removed, and damages to be paid to the citizen who first complained about the prayers.

In Britain,an Oxford University survey has revealed that Almost two-thirds of the 18-hundred adults polled said they support the teaching of Christianity in schools. Two-fifths think it should be in religious ed class. The survey was part of Oxford's department of education's new project which seeks to support teachers in the presentation of Britain's principal religion in religious education lessons.

The stakes are high in Washington as lawmakers continue negotiations on a deal to avert the fiscal cliff. Is compromise in the air?

A well-respected, powerful Islamic cleric of the Gaza Strip has issued a fatwa, or religious edict, declaring that to break the ceasefire between Israel and Gaza…is a sin.It was brokered by Egypt last week . The cleric referred to it as brokered by the Egyptian brethren and therefore it must be respected. Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, reportedly said that he was satisfied, for the moment, but has warned pilots that if Hamas opens fire again, they have permission to decimate the remaining weapon arsenals on the Gaza Strip.

A well-respected, powerful Islamic cleric of the Gaza Strip has issued a fatwa, or religious edict, declaring that to break the ceasefire between Israel and Gaza…is a sin.It was brokered by Egypt last week . The cleric referred to it as brokered by the Egyptian brethren and therefore it must be respected. Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, reportedly said that he was satisfied, for the moment, but has warned pilots that if Hamas opens fire again, they have permission to decimate the remaining weapon arsenals on the Gaza Strip.

IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS……

Actor Angus T. Jones is convinced he received a personal message from God urging him to "get it together". After that he says, he went on a quest for spiritual awakening . This news comes after the 19-year-old star hit headlines this week for publicly trashing his own hit sitcom "Two And A Half Men" in a taped rant that emerged online …. Monday. Footage posted by the Forerunner Christian Church has been deemed bizarre by many. In it Jones insists the show is full of "filth" and pleads with fans to quit watching for their own good. The teen also reveals he was inspired to seek out the Seventh-day Adventist movement in Los Angeles after receiving a message from a higher power.

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