One education official said "Moses was the law-giver."
Pastor John Lindell's remarks calling yoga "diametrically opposed to Christianity" have hurt local yoga businesses.
"There was inappropriate content in the original script of the play which we were told was to be edited," the arts council said.
Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi has left her home country, in which she was detained since 2009 for allegedly insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
Last week, WhatsApp rolled out its new "Sticker" feature for Android and Apple iOS.
Intelligence agents crashed the party and detained the revelers following a noise complaint.
Bibi had been accused of insulting Islam during an argument with neighbors in 2009.
"God calls them my people," the reverend said of migrants walking toward the U.S.
Contributor Andrew McCarthy falsely claimed Europe has already "adopted Sharia blasphemy standards."
Rabbi David Lau was asked why Israel's ultra-Orthodox newspapers described the Tree of Life Synagogue as a "Jewish center."
The European Court of Human Rights upheld an Austrian ruling against a woman who was convicted of disparaging Islam.
"We had hoped the testing would render different results," the museum said.
Muslims must perform their prayers five times a day in the direction of the qibla, facing the Kaaba, the building at the center of Islam's holiest mosque in the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca.
François Legault opposes the removal of a crucifix from the Quebec National Assembly.
Some of the alleged incidents date back to the 1960s, and five names have never been made public before.
Pope Francis made the remarks during an address to worshippers in the Vatican.
Manuscript will be auctioned in New York in December and is expected to sell for up to $1.5m
He was planning to build a religious commune with the cash.