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Salman Rushdie and British backbone

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Jun 28, 2007 at 05:33

Dear Prof Pipes,

When parents do not have the right to kill their own children, who has given the right to Muslims to kill any one.

In a hypothetical case, what prevents the Muslims to commission an excellent author to write a book entitled, "The Angelic Verses" to counter Rushdie's. With overflowing petro-dollars, money is not a problem.

It is indeed unfortunate that rational Muslims are shying away in giving proper leadership to their community.

Regards, S.C.Panda, India

Prof Daniel Pipes, MEF, USA

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