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WRONG VIEWS FROM TIMUR KURAN

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Submitted by Ahmad (Malaysia), Jul 4, 2009 at 08:29

Timur Kuran gave very misleading views on Islamic finance and economy....Muslim should stay away from his views...He appears to be a Jewish spokeman...(ironically, given heavy Saudi backing for Islamic economics) King Faisal Professor of Islamic Thought and Culture at the University of Southern California.

TIMUR KURAN IS SHOCKINGLY STUPID "PROFESOR"

Now we know why the US economy is in a very bad shape.... a stupid professor is teaching them about economy (and worse about Islamic economy).

Ahmad
Kuala Lumpur

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