Religion News Service: El-Messidi, a Muslim author and activist, talks about balancing the need to publicize fundraising efforts and other charitable acts with the Muslim teaching that they should be as discreet and quiet as possible.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Clergy shows solidarity with Jewish community at 'We Have To Talk' event
The Atlantic: Kristallnacht, on its 80th anniversary today, still offers a potent lesson: We all face the choice between right and wrong, responsibility and recklessness, conscience and complicity.
Haaretz: The heartbreaking suicide notes Jews left their loved ones after Kristallnacht
National Council of Nonprofits: The House flipped to Democratic control and the sponsor of the anti-Johnson Amendment appropriations rider lost his seat, so is the fight by the White House and others to do away with the amendment over?
Baptist News Global: Researchers estimate nearly 13 million American Christians have participated in a short-term mission trips to Latin America since 2007. Why aren't they pushing back against the dehumanization of people labeled in high places as "animals" and "invaders"? asks Chris Ellis, of Second Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas.
UF News: The rock star, subject of a new biopic, was born into a religion that influenced Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and that despite its small numbers, counts famous musicians, scientists, scholars, artists and entrepreneurs among its ranks.