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On Heresy versus Orthodoxy

Reader comment on item: What's True Islam? Not for U.S. [Government] to Say

Submitted by Zentrist (United States), Jun 4, 2009 at 21:33

An extremely interesting "dialogue" tonight on CNN with Campbell Brown: Congressman Keith Ellison, a Muslim--versus the great lady from Holland whose name I cannot spell, but you know who I mean. We need to see and hear more such dialogues about what, in Islam, is "heresy," and just what, in Islam is "orthodoxy." Dr. Pipes' remarks are absolutely on target. Alas, also, his comments on Obama's magnificent speech today in Cairo.

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