BBC Radio Ulster
10 minutes
is a could we have a career politician over I don't want to sign up for Gavin Barwell hey do you want a different server the process of God John yeah I think I'm completely sort of paint your point that you never hurts sometimes what stations do come across his career politician but I think it's important to acknowledge that actually Gavin is very present in the community and and does do his part and you know it's unfortunate but that's not your experience but very much my experiences as that he is very much a part of the community um I think for the faith in politicians can be quite difficult I would stay locally I have more faith and paps national let me look at some of that is to do with them being quite far removed you know it's not like you be to read 100 streets of people that's what you know quite often people have a sudden bad even if I don't vote for the.
BBC One Wales
5 hours
Everybody wanted to see somebody go to prison for it. One has to have faith that the jury came to the right view. You're looking at a case with 2016 eyes
The Sun Daily
6 hours
MANY of you will notice in the weeks to come, just how restrained politicians can be from talking about politics during the fasting month. It is almost as if there is a glimmer of hope that they can have civilised discussions. Let us talk a bit about unity. What exactly is the endgame when we talk about national unity? What are we expecting from Malaysians? Importantly, at what cost is this unity going to be a reality, and will the public pay for it. And we should be talking about this since we have 33 years – about one generation – to try and achieve national unity in the form of Bangsa Malaysia by 2050. To start with, unity involves finding common ground, just as the government came up with the Rukun Negara after the tragedy in 1969. Everyone shares the faith in God, everyone believes in loyalty to king and country, everyone believes in upholding the Federal Constitution and the law, everyone believes in good behaviour and morality.
The Iran Project
6 hours
For instance, the holy Prophet (s) said, “Beware of associating with the [unjust] ruler for verily it causes faith to depart. And beware of assisting him for indeed you do not approve of his rule”. [5] His Holiness also said, “Whoever adheres to the ruler will be tempted away from the right course, and the closer one gets to the ruler the further away one is from Allah”. [6] ImamAli (a) said: “Keep away from the sultan in order to be safe from the deception of Satan”. [7] We can also quote another hadith by Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (a): “So, the rulership of the tyrant and the rulership of his governors, their chief, the followers of the rulers, so besides them the subrulers under the rule of the main ruler, right down to the smallest one, is a door out of the doors of rulership upon whom he is a ruler. And working for them and having business and trade relations with them (as an acceptance of their rule) is prohibited and unlawful.
ITV
9 hours
Yet still, after two days, their chief executive refuses to be interviewed. So the uncertain wait goes on. Travellers' faith in technology being tested,.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
15 hours
kept on. He showed his faith in me by picking me. Hopefully he will the next day as well. Thank you. I know there.
BBC News 24
16 hours
that inspire and uplift. As part of the city of culture celebrations, they have travelled to Hull to spread hope, joy and faith. Culture means a lot
Sky News
16 hours
It's an inclusive city and it's fantastic. Theirs are the voices of hope, a collective commitment to stand side by side. Faith alongside faith
Voice Of America
17 hours
" He says GE has 20,000 employees in China with "multiple factories and research centers." He said his company partners partnership with Chinese construction companies, and his firm leads in power, healthcare, avation, and petroleum. Human rights Human rights experts say another concern grows from the need to move some people out of the way of large infrastructure projects. Human Rights Watch China Director Sophie Richardson told VOA it is unclear what impact these large and ambitious projects will have on human rights, but she said there is reason for concern because some nations along the silk road routes "preside over widespread abuses." Richardson said China has "heightened surveillance and repression" to prevent unrest that might impede OBOR plans in that nation's Xinjiang province. The far-western region of China is a key part of the silk road, and home to 10 million Muslim Uighurs, who differ in culture, language, and faith from China's majority population.
Sky News
19 hours
fantastic. There's a the voices of hope. A collective commitment to stand side-by-side. Faith alongside faith. This one individual.
BBC One London
19 hours
the case there is massive push back because a lot of Muslims are defending the faith in this country. We think we can push them down a better path but they are defending absolutely everything. We need to get real about that. Thank you very much. It's just gone 11.35, you're watching the Sunday Politics. We say goodbye to viewers in Scotland, who leave us now.
BBC One London
19 hours
organisations. Yes, there is a crisis within contemporary Islam, but there is a class. There are competing claims about what the faith stands for. While we are seeing Islamist terror organisations, leading theologians are saying that the concept of a caliphate is.
Times of Israel
21 hours
Washington Free Beacon
21 hours
(Only now do scholars recognize this aspect of Reagan's perspective; at the time, few appreciated that Reagan abhorred nuclear weapons.) In part because of their unconventional paths to leadership, "both men were initially underestimated," said Clark. "Observers did not at first perceive their strength of intellect, courage, and vision." And yet, he added, both persevered in translating their personal vision into an underlying policy and strategy to defeat Soviet oppression and aggression. Weigel suggests that they were successful because they were creative and dynamic in their approach, not locked in to the standard "conceptual categories" of realpolitik or, for that matter, Ostpolitik and détente. Weigel adds that "both were unafraid" to challenge the conventional wisdom of their diplomats and bureaucracies. Reagan and John Paul II believed in God's will and had a faith-based optimism about the future.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
Mexico holidays and terms server migration I feel you've been publicly critical in the past so he said head of the meeting he wanted to try to find common ground to talk about communication find common ground where I can communicate was interesting it's sad that they hoped to work together in the future no that's a little bit less optimistic than other Vatican communicasia I'm normally this is a plant to work together in the future so um whether or not they find match.com and go and I think remains to be seen one of things I thought was interesting was President trump was leaving he class the Pope's hand deleted it I promise I listen to what you said so I think the pub probably work very very earnestly to try to get across some of his concerns to president trump and the Pope is an important moraleda particularly Pope Francis who speaks too many people behind religious faith I think he may be.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
face nowadays 40 50% of people say that Christians still in this country or repair in Britain anyway at least 70% of people will say they believe in an afterlife so we're still interested what happened to Elisa was getting out in justification by Faith alone so in that sense I think he is very his courts with very relevant what lucid did in 15-20 to see translate of the New Testament into German so people could read it it previously been which of course excluded most people and then in the 1530s translated the whole Bible he wanted people to have the word of god he wanted to read it as in the reason I wanted them to read it as individuals and he wanted and then she decided individual what they thought the word of god was telling them and that is incredibly important for European history because what he was doing was he was moving waves in the collective idea but in the sense that was a big organisation and you just told Macklin and you did what the p.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
I'm so that was my starting point tonight I think one of the things about Luther is a lot of the language around Luther I know we talked about this is the year when the 95 theses were issued and note that word issues because they weren't nailed to the door that's a story that was never told him lose his lifetime only told afterwards he wrote them to his local archbishops but it when we talk about 95 theses people start thinking of thesis thesis theses there there is a 10000 Word documents at postgraduate students write on tonight they weren't cici's for debating points there were two or three sentences long I'm 95 x 2 A3 sentences still make some far too long to hang on any church door but I just think there's a lot of problem around language so partners is decoding that language and you know what what is justification by Faith alone about what is ultimately about his salvation it's about who gets into heaven and it's about the nature of God's Justice me know if we do.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
he did in those last two decades of his life set up a kind of working model of how he thought the church should work he always explicitly sore it as a church within a church as a such as a kind of perfect models of how Catholicism could work but within the Catholic church in no sense to do everything himself as setting up a separate church can we talk a bit know about the man what are your impressions of him before you began the biography by was educated by the Christian brothers in Liverpool in the 1960s and 1970s and I'm obviously we did history and we were told that he was a terrible man and he did terrible things and he he he was upset your whole thing for the Catholic church I supposed to think I felt strongly when I started the book I've never quite understood what justification by Faith alone and I'm ready tool hire a hit I want to get to grips with it really.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
Paddy groups like Isis can somehow bundled together the anger perhaps I did that who knows it with the psychology of a young man like that and leave them to do something yeah I mean it's very difficult to get yourself inside the head of somebody who behaves in an instruction atrocious where in the fuck that anybody could imagine to attacking a concert a concept particularly appealing to a younger age range so it wouldn't it would be children and there and their parents who were Google call Eliza present in that place where he he he detonated his device didn't get inside the head of somebody like that but somehow I think it is a something about not belonging anywhere and seeking to find an identity and for me as a person of faith my identity as when Jesus Christ.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
diverse bookcases community for the many generations and the religious communities tend to know each other fairly well we live for cheek by jowl and I think that's really come to fruition this week because we have been able to gather together and across the differences of race of religion of ethnicity of whatever else might dividers and Simply Be Together and the Marshall in the city centre St Anns Square in Albert Square have bit before that so we build on that that's the thing that's good as last train from the past someone give us are strengths that again in the future we know each other and biological trust each other so how often do you meet your mum's and I'm going to mosque in and when you do that what do you talk about your convenience group of faith leaders for Greater Manchester.
BBC News 24
a day
this was a son of the city driven to carry out this appalling act, driven by a distorted version of his faith. That's something we need to get our heads around and learn how to tackle. Yes, I think in terms of the bomber's face, I have said in another interview, that is what we call good religion and bad.
The Iran Project
a day
Referring to promise of Quran, Ayatollah Khamenei asserted that anti-religious acts against Muslims in Bahrain and Yemen were doomed to failure as Quran has vowed that falsehood is bound to vanish. “Quran highlights that ‘if you have faith, you will be superior;’ you must be strong, explicit and steadfast in your faith and I believe that all the people and officials, should be explicit in expressing Islamic values. Expansion of international relations has no contradiction with explicitness in basics of Islam and we must step on the way and rely upon God.”
The Iran Project
a day
The Iran Project
a day
” (13:11) To this end, we must transform the way we view what sets us apart. Unless we begin to see our differences as something to celebrate and a source of strength, they will remain open to be exploited as a point of weakness and division. We must not allow those who seek to turn Islam into a religion of exclusion to achieve that vision for those who foment phobia of our divine faith. In this vein, let us take particular care this year to remember that which was revealed . The Holy Quran emphatically commands to believers. “Whoever kills a soul […] it is as if he had slain mankind entirely, And whoever saves one, it is as if he had saved mankind entirely.” (5: 32) More than ever, each and every one of us, from ordinary citizens to responsible leaders, must join hands and come together to find solutions that will definitely address the injustices and bloodshed afflicting the Muslim world.