3 Palestinians Killed In Violent Clashes With Israelis Near Jerusalem Religious Site

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Palestinians Protest Metal Detectors At Holy Site

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A poster campaign by the city of Boston offers advice on how bystanders can defuse the situation if a Muslim person is being harassed. The cartoon was drawn by the artist Maeril. Maeril/City of Boston hide caption

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Militant Right-Wing Activists Protest Religious Community With Peaceful History

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Statue Of Scopes Trial Lawyer Sparks Debate In Tennessee

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A farmer checks on produce at Padao Farms, a 15-acre plot run by the Yang family in Fresno, Calif., that specializes in Asian greens. Courtesy of Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement hide caption

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A new multi-story residential building (left) and an older style one-story space sit side by side on 12th Street in the East Austin neighborhood of Austin, Texas. The neighborhood has experienced a strong wave of gentrification, which often pushes people out of the now trendy area. Gabriel Cristóver Pérez/KUT hide caption

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Residents Of East Austin, Once A Bustling Black Enclave, Make A Suburban Exodus

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A young woman wears the niqab, or full face veil, as she sits in a park in Brussels in 2010. On Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights upheld Belgium's 2011 ban on wearing partial or full face veils in public. Yves Logghe/AP hide caption

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Israel's rabbinical authorities have compiled a list of overseas rabbis whose authority they refuse to recognize when it comes to certifying the Jewishness of someone who wants to get married in Israel. Ariel Schalit/AP hide caption

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Rebecca Stott teaches English literature at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. Nicholas Bradley/Spiegel & Grau hide caption

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'I Was Full Of Rage': Author Rebecca Stott On Growing Up In A Christian Cult

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'Building A Bridge' Between The Catholic Church And LGBT Community

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Members of Michigan's Chaldean community rally against religious persecution in Iraq in 2010. Paul Sancya/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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After Fleeing Persecution, U.S. Christian Refugees Now Face Deportation

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Christians Seeking Refuge May Get Caught Up In Trump's Deportations

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Hobby Lobby Agrees To Renounce Smuggled Iraqi Artifacts

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Haroon Moghul is a fellow in Jewish-Muslim relations at the Shalom Hartman Institute. Rick Bern/Beacon Press hide caption

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'How To Be A Muslim' Author On Being A Spokesperson For His Faith

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California Beach Party Brings Together Ex-Believers

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Cardinal To Defend Himself Against Sexual Abuse Charges In Australia

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