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Defund Middle East Studies Art.1581

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Mar 1, 2004 at 04:13

Dear Prof Pipes,
I agree with your view on defunding useless studies. In my opinion, Muslims are not free agents in so far Islam is concerned. Let them demand liberal democracy in Saudi Arabia and Iran. This is the acid test for them. Let them also clarify how Islam views other faiths. Why the Human Rights records are so poor in Islamic/Muslim countries?
Regards,Sincerely, S.C.Panda
Prof Daniel Pipes,Director MEF
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