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Submitted by salim mansur khalid (Pakistan), Dec 25, 2005 at 02:58

some scholars said that orientalists are not objective in their studies, i think it is their right to propogate what they see or think, but it is not right way that they shoot any body with harsh words or abuse bluntly , in this connection ARTICLE ; MAWDUDI AND THE MAKING OF ISLAMIC REVIVALISM is realy a piece of flity propgation with extreme angle, sorry to say without studying the whole writtings of mawdudi if any body declares any verdict , it is subjective not objective way.
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