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Thursday, November 9, 2017



The Montgomery Advertiser
is the largest of the 22 daily newspapers published in Alabama.

Group wants Maxwell AFB museum to remove Christian
flag from exhibit

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

A faceless mannequin dressed as an airman standing next to a Christian chaplain flag at the Air Force Enlisted Heritage Research Institute at Maxwell Air Force Base has caused concern with an organization that focuses on military members and religious freedom.

The institute posted photos on its Facebook page last month of an exhibit at its Heritage Enlisted Hall, a museum showcasing the history of service, accomplishments and sacrifices of enlisted airmen through the decades.

The photo posted on Oct. 17 were of an exhibit in the museum's Korean War section, and included a mannequin of an airman standing next to a Christian chapel flag with a framed sign explaining the significance of the flag. The sign in part read "The flag was retrieved from the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in 1960, after having been left outside, leaning against the corner of an alleged chapel, when the DMZ was created."

First, it was the explanation that caught the attention of the head of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, a group. And now, it is that the explanation has been taken down and that the airman stands alone with the Christian flag.

Mikey Weinstein, president and founder of the foundation, explained in an email to "imagine if that was an Islamic, Jewish, satanic or atheistic flag left in that exhibit.


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Montgomery Advertiser

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Christian Flag Violation at Maxwell AFB (Gunter Annex)


Religious freedom isn’t free — especially in the military. Mikey Weinstein explains why.

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Religious freedom is a core value of American society, going back to our country's founding. In the military, however, it is sometimes eschewed so certain personnel can evangelize their theological views. The Military Religious Freedom Foundation was formed to address this problem. Its founder and current leader, Mikey Weinstein, discusses the state of religious liberty in the armed forces on this week's episode of 'The San Francisco Review of Books on Sunday.'

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San Franciso Review of Books


Marine Corps blinks in Christmas dispute; displays now subject to legal, ethical reviews

Friday, November 3, 2017

A months-long nativity scene dispute between the U.S. Marine Corps and a nonprofit organization was resolved this week when officials confirmed a new review process for all signage at the San Diego Recruit Depot.

The combined efforts of 27 active-duty, retired and veteran Marines working in conjunction with the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) have forced a legal retreat by Marine Corps officials caught in a religious row since January 17. Any displays at the California facility during the holiday season will now have to go through a "legal and ethical" review via the Office of the Commanding General's Staff Judge Advocate.

Michael "Mikey" Weinstein, MRFF's founder and a U.S. Air Force veteran, touted the decision, which was made in April but publicly announced Wednesday.


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MCRD- San Diego Holiday Display

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We receive an enormous amount of emails at the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, both from our supporters and detractors.
Through "MRFF's Inbox", we share some of these emails with you.

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"The Holocaust Hoax and the Jewish Promotion of Perversity | The End of Zion"

From: (name withheld)
Subject: The Holocaust Hoax and the Jewish Promotion of Perversity | The End of Zion
Date: November 5, 2017 at 10:26:23 PM MST
To: Mikey Weinstein

(name withheld)

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"Jews and incest –
John de Nugent"

From: (name withheld)
Subject: Jews and incest – John de Nugent
Date: November 8, 2017 at 10:37:28 AM MST
To: Mikey Weinstein

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