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So much for all those "interfaith understanding" conferences we keep hearing about.

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Submitted by joeblough (United States), Aug 10, 2008 at 22:03

"While Hebrew is taught in several universities in Arabic-speaking countries, no faculty of Jewish studies is to be found. Nor, for that matter, is there a program of studies concerning the Christian creed anywhere in the Arab-Muslim World."

So much for all those "interfaith understanding" conferences we keep hearing about.

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