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Talk the Talk, but can you back it up

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Submitted by Joshua (United States), Sep 21, 2012 at 14:20

Daniel,

Great article to ask people to jump in the lake first, but as a president of this organization, seems you are not a leader, yet you want people to follow. Do you, yourself dare to publicly burn kuran on daily basis, before you ask or incite others to do the same? Cowardly act from a president of this organization, who should lead people to what he visions.

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Daniel Pipes replies:

I have no plans to burn a Koran, which I deem a gratuitously offensive act, but I did post the Westergaard cartoon with the article you are commenting on.

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