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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Jun 1, 2007 at 05:29

Dear Prof Pipes,

Islam might not have introduced Harems, but definitely institutionalised it.

Muslim leaders in liberal democracies demand Shari'a but why do not they demand multi-party secular democracy in their country of origin which will give dignified life to the non-Muslim citizens.

Not for nothing, the late Mr Hamid Dalwai(1932-77), an Indian Muslim intellectual lamented that Muslims by and large lack the capacity to introspect.

Regards,S.C.Panda,India

Prof Daniel Pipes,MEF,USA

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