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We should study the periphery instead of the core?

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Submitted by daniel (Japan), Jan 22, 2004 at 08:19

I respect you, Daniel Pipes, for your dogged defense of the truth, but this article is strange.

Anyone wanting to understand the U.S. system of government would naturally look first to the Constitution, the highest law in the land. In the same vein, anyone wanting to understand Islam would naturally look at the highest law of Islam - the Qur'an.

I started reading this book last week. It has increased my determination to do what i can in the future to spread the true gospel of Jesus Christ to those in chains of darkenss.
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