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Reader comment on item: [Paul H. Robinson:] U Penn Prof for Shari'a

Submitted by Hari Seldon (United States), Jul 28, 2004 at 21:10

When i saw the title of this artilce my frist thought was what is upenn thinking??? but then i read the article and it just seemed to say that this guy was offering his services to modify their law codes. i don't condone them but if they take his advice the world will be better. hes not teaching at as if the students should learn the sharia as its interpreted in KSA
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