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What part of Churchill's comparison do you object to, Dr. Pipes?

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Submitted by Wayne Wagner (United States), Mar 4, 2008 at 13:13

The "turgid", "verbose", or "shapeless" labels, or the fact that Islam already was established and had conquered extensively by the time the Koran was written, whereas Mein Kampf pre-dated the Nazi conquests by a decade?

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I disagree with the comparison. Period. Sacred scriptures do not compare with a totalitarian screed.

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