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Second listening to Khizr Khan's DNC speech

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Aug 1, 2016 at 18:51

Dear Dr. Pipes,

I listened to Khizr Khan's speech again very carefully. Not once in his speech he mentioned terrorism, violence, ISIS, 9/11 or Talban. Couple of days after his speech he said that Islam has nothing to do with terrorism. God bless Mr Khan. He probably belongs to the same school which believes that until they pull the trigger, terrorists are good fellow Muslims and the moment they pull the trigger they become untrue Muslims. How does one win an argument against this school?

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