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  • John Lennon

    MIND GAMES: John Lennon & The Manchurian Candidate Was about to enter into politics right before he was killed. – You can kill the Messenger but you can never kill the Message.  ‘Imagine’; ‘You can say I’m a Dreamer, but I’m not the only one’. In Ray Coleman’s biography of John Lennon, he quotes the

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  • Mansur Al-Hallaj

    Al-Hallaj (858–922 C.E.), the Persian Muslim teacher, mystic, and saint—”the one who is enraptured in God”—was flogged, mutilated, and finally beheaded, accused of usurping “the supreme power of God,” placing himself above the prophet Muhammad, and challenging Islamic Law.

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  • Socrates

    An Athenian jury ordered that Socrates (469–399 B.C.E.), the Western world’s first recorded martyr, die by poison (the hemlock cup) when he refused to give up his dangerously public insistence that all men and women possessed souls, which knew the difference between good and evil, and were obliged to question historic and religious authority so

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  • Kevin MacDonald

    In 1994, Kevin MacDonald’s writes his first book in what became his trilogy. It was titled ‘ A People that Shall Dwell Alone: An Evolutionary Theory of Judaism’. “There have been times when I have had to endure vicious charges of anti-Semitism” [ ] “But then came the SPLC and Heidi Beirich. Someone not connected

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  • Israel Shahak

    Israel Shahak (Hebrew: ישראל שחק‎, April 28, 1933 – July 2, 2001) was a Polish-born Israeli Professor of Chemistry at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the former president of the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights, and an outspoken critic of the Israeli government. Shahak’s writings on Judaism have been the source of considerable controversy.

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  • Hans Nielsen Hauge

    Helt fra første stund som legpredikant, fikk Hans Nielsen Hauge mange venner og fiender. Men han  hadde en klar forståelse av, at de som tror splittelse i seg selv er et bevis på at Guds ånd ikke er tilstede, umulig kan forstå kampen mellom det gode og det onde. Året var 1796. Den norske Lutherske

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  • Gilad Atzmon

    Gilad Atzmon (Hebrew: גלעד עצמון‎, born June 9, 1963) is a jazz musician, author and anti-Zionist activist who was born in Israel and currently lives in London. He was born a secular Israeli Jew in Tel Aviv, and trained at the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem. His service in the Israeli military convinced him

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  • Jesus Christ

    Why Did Jesus Have To Die? In a recent Time Magazine, several people wrote in to express their sentiments about this question after Time itself published an article by that name. (April 12, 04). Their sentiments show that the answer to this question is not very well understood by many. Was Jesus just a tragic

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  • Akiba ben Joseph

    Akiba ben Joseph (50?–135 C.E.), one of the “ten martyrs” who founded schools for the study of the Torah in defiance of a Roman decree, was flayed alive with a carding claw, rejoicing that he was “permitted to love God with my life.”

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