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A 21st-century witch trial

Ali Hussain Sibat with his wife at an unknown site in Saudi Arabia. Ali Hussain Sibat with his wife at an unknown site in Saudi Arabia. (Associated Press)
April 27, 2010

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A Lebanese psychic may be executed on sorcery charges in Saudi Arabia. This isn't just a travesty of justice; it's a reminder of why this nation's Founders sought to separate religious and secular laws. (Full article: 275 words)

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