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Submitted by J.S. (Canada), Sep 9, 2005 at 19:48

Aidan (I'm at the library, and my time is elapsing), I just finished reading an article by Daniel Pipes -- written shortly after 9/11 -- the article is worth re-reading. In the article Dr. Pipes looks at violence versus non-violence in attaining Islamist ends. He argues that the latter (that's non violence) is what most Islamists choose (they pretend to be *liberal* -- but are not.) Anyway, the article appears in an electronic version from a series called Opposing Viewpoints (on the topic of Islamic Fundamentalism).
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