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Friday, November 13, 2020

Alito raises religious liberty concerns about Covid restrictions and same-sex marriage ruling

U.S. headlines

Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn takes on Andrew Cuomo at the Supreme Court
CNN

Alito raises religious liberty concerns about Covid restrictions and same-sex marriage ruling
CNN

Pope Francis congratulates Biden, who will be the second Catholic president
NPR

Biden set to roll back Trump rules on abortion
The Hill

Biden pledges to raise refugee ceiling to 125,000 in address to Jesuit group
Religion News Service

Abortion rights wins victory in Massachusetts House
Boston Herald *

Pandemic fight over Oklahoma abortion clinics could cost taxpayers a lot
The Oklahoman *

Pompeo to visit West Bank settlement during Israel trip next week
Haaretz *

Hillsong founder Brian Houston announces investigation after NYC pastor Carl Lentz’s firing
Religion News Service

International headlines

Twelve charged in Germany with plotting mosque attacks, murders
Reuters

Split on Islam and migration, EU vows crackdown on extremism
Bloomberg News *

Paris attacks: France remembers night of terror amid jihadist threat
BBC News

Islamic State claims responsibility for Jeddah attack
Reuters

Polish bishops defend John Paul II after McCarrick report
The Associated Press

Myanmar election: Suu Kyi’s party poised for second term
NPR

China Muslims: Volkswagen says ‘no forced labor’ at Xinjiang plant
BBC News

Dying ‘the Buddhist way’ gains in hospice centers in the West
Religion News Service

India’s festive mood raises fears of surge of coronavirus
The Associated Press

Analysis and commentary

There will be a record number of antiabortion women in the House
The Washington Post *

Pompeo plans unprecedented visit to West Bank settlement
Axios

Moving past inshallah: What Muslims want to see in a Biden presidency
Religion News Service

Remembering Rabbi Lord Sacks
First Things

What gentiles can learn from Lord Sacks
The Wall Street Journal *

Is there a way to stop jihadis in Europe?
Deutsche Welle

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