Worshiper в новостях
Публикации и примеры предложений
· The Incapacity of Hope →
It’s that he spoke as if our society was static, as if no progress had been made.” In 2015, Obama even found a narrative of hope in Dylann Roof’s murder of nine African American worshippers in Charleston, South Carolina—a massacre that proved to many the historical continuity of white terrorism in the South.
· Politics this week →
Worshippers had their temperatures checked and were asked to observe social distancing and wear masks.
· Women in Egypt's restive Sinai bring Bedouin embroidery to virus fight →
The region witnessed the deadliest terror attack in Egypt's modern history when militants killed more than 300 worshippers in a mosque in November 2017.
· Joy in Gaza as mosques reopen after pandemic closure →
Worshippers were told to wear face masks inside mosques, which would be regularly disinfected as a precautionary measure, Gaza's religious affairs ministry said.
· Two dead in attack on mosque in Kabul's Green Zone →
He was famous in Kabul and his politically charged sermons were often so well attended that worshippers would spill into the grounds outside the mosque.
· Several wounded in suicide attack inside Kabul mosque →
The bomber blew himself up in the part of the mosque where worshippers perform ablution before performing the prayers, interior ministry and police officials said.
· Indonesia cancels Hajj pilgrimage over coronavirus concerns →
Indonesia has cancelled plans to attend the Islamic Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia this year because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, removing the largest contingent of worshippers at the annual gathering.
· Catholic churches to reopen for private worship in Phase 1 after circuit breaker →
There must be no physical interaction between worshippers from different households.
· The Power Worshippers: A look inside the American religious right →
The secret to making sense of them is simply stated in the title of Katherine Stewart's new book: The Power Worshippers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism.
· Steve King’s Racism Won’t Be His Undoing →
Three years later, he warned on Twitter that “cultural suicide by demographic transformation must end.” In 2018, he met with a member of a Nazi-linked party in Austria, just after 11 worshippers were killed in an attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue.