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Welcome to UnNews Religion Section.

Spirituality in the news.

UnNews takes a dim view of religion, especially those which practice old time rituals like "Hyenamancy". That being said, spirituality is an bottomless well of humor. George W. Bush, the Pope and Westboro Baptist Church get their fair share of ribbing here. Not to be too discriminating, we extend our wit to all faiths and cults, whackos and nutjobs, the saintly and the blasphemous. Your cross to bear, dear reader, is the occasional fact sprinkled among this journalistic gem store, and for this, we apologize.


Religion in UnNews

Surprise resurrection of Madalyn Murray O'Hair, America's most hated woman
Madalyn flips us the bird

MONTEVIDEO, Uraguay -- In the nondescript capital of a nondescript South American country, a most peculiar event has brought the news vultures descending like flies to offal. Madalyn Murray O'Hair, dictatorial leader of American Atheists until her abduction in 1995, was inexplicably and incomprehensibly resurrected from her previously dead state, and found herself wandering the back streets of this bastardized-Spanish speaking countrys capital this morning. more...


Religion News Quote of the Moment

...those nasty whores with their whore legs, whore skin and whore bulges. Whores!

~ Rabbi Yosef Elyashiv on women

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Religion in UnNews

Pope appoints first non-human Primate
Archbishop clyde

VATICAN CITY, Rome, Italy -- History was made today the when Rev. Father Clyde "Right Turn" Meninges was appointed as the first non-human Primate of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht, the Netherlands by Pope Benedict XVI. Up until this point, no positions of power have been granted to apes by the Catholic Church.. more...


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Iraq celebrates Saddam Hussein verdict with sectarian violence

BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Former dictator Saddam Hussein's death sentence caused thousands of Iraqis to take to the streets Sunday in displays of joy, ecstasy and religious hatred. more...

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