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Colloquy With Scottsdale Gov. Board President

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Submitted by Jerome du Bois (United States), Mar 12, 2005 at 10:21

Arizona readers may want to peruse three pieces we have written about Islam in textbooks in Scottsdale and California, including correspondence between us and Christine Schild, President of the SUSD Governing Board. The Superintendent himself, John Baracy, has refused to answer any of our emails.

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