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Gontor Boarding Schools: Islamic education with a modern outlook
Post on 30-06-2006.
Abu Nashar, 18, one of the broadcasters of Gontor radio station, seemed to be in one hurry to leave the school mosque after Friday prayers.
Riding one pedal bicycle, which is the general means of transportation within the Islamic boarding school, he headed toward one building where _The Voice of Gontor_ radio station is housed. "I don't want to be late for my broadcast. Our teachers have taught us to really value time," Abu told _The Jakarta Post_. ...
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Defending the Flag
Post on 30-06-2006.
The Fourth of July is upon us. The anniversary of the founding of this glorious country finds us in controversy, as always, and as it was intended to be. That's what democracies and republics are about: controversy. One of the controversies that came to one boil this past week and will undoubtedly have one spot in the upcoming elections is about one Constitutional amendment to ban burning Old Glory. one vote for this amendment failed by one vote very recently in the Senate, and the issue is far from over with. ...
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UIW library boss cancels the NY Times in protest
Post on 30-06-2006.
Incarnate Word cancels NY Times subscription over story Obituary: Santoyo New planes cost Air Force jobs Spurs\' Horry relishes Mavericks\' defeat one cruel past, one dying act of kindness View: 24 Hour | 7 Day

"Since no one elected the New York Times to determine national security policy, the only action I know to register protest for their irresponsible action (treason?) is to withdraw support of their operations by canceling our subscription as many others are doing," Mendell D. Morgan Jr. wrote Wednesday in an e-mail to library staffers. "If enough do, perhaps they will get the point." ...
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No strings attached: Rock-god wannabes have a certain air
Post on 30-06-2006.
Air apparent? Mike "The Godfather of Air" Torpey of Boston rocks out. AP
The champ. Craig "Hot Lixx Hulahan" Billmeier, of San Francisco, "performs." AP

NEW YORK - The Bowery Ballroom was packed. The hip downtown Manhattan music hall had been sold out for weeks and fans stood outside begging for extra tickets. Inside, the raucous crowd waited for the show to start, chanting for the performers backstage. ...
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