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Pipes data on muslim birth rate questioned

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Submitted by John Newcomb (Canada), Oct 23, 2013 at 12:32

Mark Adomanis blog at Forbes says Pipes' data not supported by Adomanis' search.

Grateful that Pipes replies to Adomanis on his blog as well as on Pipes' blog because Adomanis is followed by many Kremlin watchers.

Thanks

John.

Is Russia Turning Muslim?

http://www.forbes.com/sites/markadomanis/2013/10/23/is-russia-turning-muslim/

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I replied athttp://www.danielpipes.org/13531/muslim-russia#Adomanis

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