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On NASA's strange Prioroties

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Jul 9, 2010 at 10:24

Dear Prof Pipes,

From an Indian point of view, the so called contributions of Muslims to science and technology are due to the knowledge acquired by robbing or stealing from Indians through their incessant invasions and under their rule. May I appeal President Barack Hussein Obama to find out for himself if Islam respects other faiths and what is its track record vis-a-vis with people of other faiths.

Regards, S.C.Panda, India
Prof Daniel Pipes, MEF, USA

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