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Where are the letters?

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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), May 6, 2008 at 02:57

Regarding Feb. 2008 update:

"The Center for Islamic Pluralism has published at 'The CIP-Muravchik File, 2007' the surprising letters that Muravchik wrote to 4 of the 7 signatories of the CIP supporting me." - Dr. Pipes

I clicked on the link provided, and was informed that the page "could not be found" or was "removed".

Not that it matters much, but my curiosity was perked in lue of Muravchik's previous somewhat triumphant opinion regarding his correspondence with the letter's signatories; it would be entertaining to view, yet again, what I suspect is another mis-conception on the part of Muravchik.

Anyone know where I can find Muravchik's letters to the signatories?

Hopefully, a lawsuit is not brewing........!

Submitting....

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