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Vancouver

minority groups and new immigrants who make up the growth in most religious groups congregate. Two significant trends become clear when we examine the current religious landscape closely. One is the loss of ‘secularized’ Canadians as active and regular participants in the churches and denominations they grew up in, which were overwhelmingly Christian, while these churches remain a part of Canadians cultural identity. The other is the increasing presence of ethnically diverse immigration within


Indonesia

of a demonstration (Demonstration (people)) that marked the International Women's Day in Istanbul. Turkish officials promise to investigate the case (Bloomberg) (IHT) Other states refer to the current religious practices within their territories as the test for legal acceptability: for example, the ''Marriage Law 1974'' (no. 1 74


Toronto

religiously diverse, especially in large urban centres such as Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, where minority groups and new immigrants who make up the growth in most religious groups congregate. Two significant trends become clear when we examine the current religious landscape closely. One is the loss of ‘secularized’ Canadians as active and regular participants in the churches and denominations they grew up in, which were overwhelmingly Christian, while these churches remain a part


Israel

or follow halakha, or now adhere to another religion. Technically, such a person remains Jewish, like all Jews, provided that the original conversion is valid. However, in some recent cases, Haredi (Haredi Judaism) rabbinical authorities (Posek), as well as the current Religious Zionist (Religious Zionism) Israeli Chief Rabbinate, have taken the view that a given convert's lapse from Orthodox Jewish observance is evidence that he or she cannot, even at the time of the conversion, have had


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