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Recent comments on boxing, the Qur'an, and public faith.
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"What does that look like from a Jewish perspective or a Muslim perspective to see 10,000 crosses? It feels much more to me like an evangelistic crusade than a community celebration."
"The dead don't count for anything in boxing. Instead, what count are the enormous interests that lie behind boxing matches."
"If the Qur'an is not hate speech, I don't know what is. We will report staff who sell it."
"Character has a lot to do with sacrifice, laying our personal interests down for something bigger. The best example of this is Jesus. … He knew the right thing to do. He knew the cost would be agonizing torture and death. He did it anyway. That's character."

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Sources: WFSA, Catholic News Service, The Guardian, The Dartmouth.

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