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Reader comment on item: The Rot in Our [Canadian] Universities

Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Jan 31, 2003 at 01:12

Dear Prof Pipes,
My comments are follows:
Thank God, you were permitted to address the York Univ. students -- albeit at some cost, of course.

1. The Islamists and non-Muslim apologists of Islam should be asked to practice freedom of thought/speech in Muslim dominated/Islamic countries before earning the right to prevent a speaker to air his/her views.

2. Freedom of thought is incompatible in militant Islam which has no respect for other faiths.

Regards, Sincerely, S.C.Panda
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