The recent headlines out of Africa have a lot — if not everything — to do with religion, with ripple effects being felt around the world.
Here are some links about the brutal murder of gay activist David Kato, an Anglican from Uganda who couldn’t even be buried in peace:
- Is murdered gay activist David Kato the Gabrielle Giffords of Uganda? (Politics Daily)
- Scuffles at funeral of Ugandan gay activist (Reuters)
- In a coda for Kato, Primates conclude meeting (Episcopal Cafe)
- U.S. evangelicals and the murder of David Kato (Bold Faith Type)
- Gays and God: Are there limits on love, outrage? (USA Today Faith & Reason)
And here’s a sample of faith-related links out of Egypt:
- What’s the role of Islam in Egypt future? (USA Today Faith & Reason)
- Breaking the fear factor: The Egyptian protest story (MuslimMatters)
- Guestview: Unrest in Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood story (Reuters)
- Vatican official hopes talks with Egypt’s Muslims will continue (Catholic News Agency)
- Where are the Copts in this? (GetReligion)
- Israel “anxiously monitoring” Egyptian riots, Netanyahu says (JTA)
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