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Where's Daniel Pipes in the Muslim Debate?

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Submitted by Wahid Boctor (United States), May 25, 2003 at 17:14

In his excellent article in the Wall Street Journal Mr. Hussain Haqqani explained the debate within the Muslim community regarding Mr. Pipes' nomination By President Bush.

As the producer and founder of the Arab American Television, the only independent and free Arab Media in America, I believe that all the scholars and analysis from the left and the right, Muslims and non Muslims, never courageously face the real problem and the real mess in which the Islamic world and ultimately America have find themselves in.

Corruption of the Saudi dictatorship: the double talk and the manipulation of the Saudi Ambassador Bandar Bin Sultan in Washington and the "naivete or the hypocrisiy" of the American Administration depending which one is in power at the time --Republicans or Democrats.

Daniel Pipes is one of the very few in the world that have adressed and uncovered this issue. I am afraid that once Mr. Pipes will be working in his new position he will no lounger continue to criticise W's eternal friends .
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