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Submitted by Concerned European (Lithuania), Sep 14, 2007 at 06:04

First of all, what you mean by "textbook islam" and from what textbook do you take it? If it is from a textbook the printing of which has been sponsored from Saudi money( and I think such stuff comprises a good deal of Islamic textbook market whether written by Muslims themselves or by US academicians) then obviously it cannot be different from Wahhabism - the official cult of Saudis.

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