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Radical Islam's Hypocrisy art.2348

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Jan 26, 2005 at 04:37

Dear Prof Pipes,
The behaviour of the US government agencies demonstrates that they have not learned much in spite of the 11/9 incident.

Koran makes several bogus and untenable claims and Muslim supremacy is one of them, worse, it has legitimised violence against non-Muslims.

I wonder whether you know an Indian Muslim intellectual Hamid Dalwai(1932-75) by name. Dalwai charged the Indian Muslims that they were incapable of introspection. This is applicable to all Muslims in general.

I have a simple solution to offer: Both the US Government and the Civil Society including the ever increasing Muslim outfits demand secular democracy in Saudi Arabia.

I admire the courage of Mr Dale Ehrgott for his efforts and felt sorry for his inconveniences and condemn the behaviour of both Mr Okashah and the CAIR officials.

Regards, Sincerely, S.C.Panda
Prof Daniel Pipes, Director, MEF.

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