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Reader comment on item: Answering Khaled Abou El Fadl
in response to reader comment: Abu el-Fadl is really a professor at UCLA? This is really bizarre

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Dec 29, 2010 at 01:13

The only answer he is a teacher at UCLA is both grants and corruption coming from Muslims/Islamists' sources, or b/c UCLA is dominated by left wing- supporters of terrorists. What else could it be, especially in this crisis, more precisely in CA?

Later on, Colleges and Universities inquiry, mostly playing victimhood, why International students are switching to Australia, to study in an environment where English is the 1st language.

Needles to say that the fact that to study there is about 45-50 % the price of the US, the level of the American Univ. in humanities had fallen shamefully.

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