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Tariq Ramadan in a confused man

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Submitted by Saleem Akhtar (United States), Mar 28, 2007 at 19:54

I agree with Dr. Pipes. I have come to read about Tariq Ramadan on the internet a little bit. I dont think Tariq Ramadan has any idea of how to reform Islam. Until the Arabs remain in a mideival mindset, it is an impossible task to make it compatible with present day life.

I dont agree with Mark-Alan Whittle though. I think some muslims and western philosophers take Quranic teachings too seriously. But not everyone.

Regards.

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