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Reader comment on item: Once considered anti-Islam, senior scholar says he's now in the middle

Submitted by Jon Anderson (United States), Aug 18, 2010 at 15:15

For the first time I differ with Daniel Pipes on a matter related to radical Islam resistance. Well, I think I differ with him, the author didn't reveal a single difference except to say that Pipes perceives a level of unsophistication to the messages of bloggers. Hey the guy has a doctoral degree and has spent his adult life studying these things. I think a little less sophistication should be expected.

I'm one of the bloggers that have popped up in recent years. While I only have a masters degree, I do take my research and writing seriously. I've known for some years now that my role in this controversy is to educate Americans to the clearly evil teachings stemming directly from the authoritative, primary, Islamic documents. The issue that I am most focused on presently is how Islam by its mainstream doctrine is a political ideology that can accurately be described as seditious and treasonous. I wrote about this issue recently. Interested parties can read my article at the August 12 post of my blog: http://harrisonburg-va.actforamericachapters.org/


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