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What are Islamic schools teaching?

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Submitted by Jacques Bakke (United States), Mar 30, 2005 at 00:26

One can only be shocked if one has not read the Qur'an! This is not hatred of Muslims---it is only telling the truth! The truth in fact, is something that may be distorted---that's in the Qur'an too(Surah 3:28).

And let me say: Thank God for the Daniel Pipes in the world! Muslims need to listen to him. There might be fewer Muslims if they could read Arabic (60% cannot) and Daniel Pipes.
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