Some law and religion news from around the web this week:
- A New York grand jury indicted a Brooklyn man accused of fatally shooting a Muslim cleric.
- In Washington D.C., religious leaders are uniting to defeat a growing wave of anti-Semitism.
- Anti-Abortion activists in Chicago have filed a lawsuit challenging a city ordinance preventing protesters from getting within eight feet of people entering health care facilities without their consent.
- Bills in Pennsylvania and New York proposing to revive old sex abuse claims against the Church have failed.
- In Mississippi, a man who attempted to join ISIS was sentenced to eight years in prison after renouncing his allegiance to the terrorist group.
- The Canadian Mounted Police Force has decided to allow female officers to wear the hijab while on duty.
- In Libya, individuals give first-hand accounts of life under the rule of ISIS.
- In France, human rights groups asked the Council of State to overturn local ordinances banning the wearing of burkinis.