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A rougue religion that glorifies & encourages murder & terrorism

To The Daily Sun,

Islam, the religion of peace? Well, what's the score now for the past 30 days, up to Paris? Let's see, world wide, there were 166 terrorists attacks killing 1,269 people. Cities like Paris Niger, Mayadeen, Bhutoo Aleppo, Narathiwat and Mosul naming just a fraction of them.

Do you know that Muslim terrorists kill more people in just one year then all 350 years of the Spanish Inquisition? They kill more people every day then the Ku Klux Klan has in the past 70 years. More people were killed on 9/11 than in the 36 years of the sectarian violence in Northern Ireland. Islamic extremists massacred more Iraqis on a single day in June 2014 than the number of American criminals executed in the past 40 years. Sunni supremacists slaughtered more Yazidi minorities then the number of Black Americans lynched by white supremacists in previous 100 years. We condemn all these atrocities, but Obama and Hillary still can't bring themselves to call them what they are, Muslim terrorists.

This is nothing new remember, it has been going on for 1,400 years. It has nothing to do with Israel, nothing to do with the United States, nothing to do with anything except a rogue religion that glorifies and encourages murder and terrorism.

Religion of peace, my foot.

Steve Earle

Hill

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BC bOp was a great recipe for community success

To the Daily Sun,
If you attended the BC bOp concert at The Winnipesauke Playhouse in Meredith on Saturday, you know the theater was rocking. The Boston College jazz ensemble of 22 musicians and seven vocalists entertained the packed house with something for every age group, from Bruno Mars to Glenn Miller. It was toe-tapping, fun entertainment, punctuated by delicious — a perfect way to spend a November evening.

The ensemble was sponsored by Temple B'nai Israel, and the proceeds will benefit Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice. Because of the temple's generous commitment to community through the We Care program, this fun evening will help Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice bring care to a growing number of fragile children.

We think this is a great recipe for community success: take a generous group of committed people, add high quality entertainment and yield support for non-profit work. We at Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice offer our sincere thanks to everyone who participated in this fun evening — Temple B'nai Israel, the Winnipesauke Theater, BC bOp and the energetic audience. Everyone who participated left the theater feeling good about the music and the commitment.

Margaret Franckhauser, CEO

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice

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