In A Reuters article about the arrest of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the word "Jewish" is mentioned.
Sarkozy, who won the ensuing 2007 presidential election and is expected to try for a second term, has little in common with the suave, multilingual Strauss-Kahn, whose golden childhood in a secular and liberal Jewish household in Morocco and Monaco explains a lot of his character.
UPDATE: Article now reads, "Brought up in a secular and liberal Jewish household in Morocco and Monaco, Strauss-Kahn launched into an academic career before entering politics."
In a Reuters article about the arrest of Imams in Florida, the word "Muslim" is not mentioned.
Let me be clear that this is not an indictment against a particular community or religion. ...," the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Wifredo A. Ferrer, said in a statement.
Finally, have President Obama's predictions about the push to freedom and democracy in Egypt been realized?
An angry mob attacked a group of mainly Christian protesters demanding drastic measures to heal religious tension amid a spike in violence, leaving 65 people injured, officials said Sunday.