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Brilliant observation of DNM

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Nov 25, 2013 at 23:47

Dear Dr Pipes: DNM is 100% right: Quran must win or lose in the market place of idea and not by force. Ironically, most Muslims in the world have never read quran (because so many of them are illiterate or illiterate in Arabic or just too busy fighting to defend Islam). The best the free world can do is to educate Muslims and non-Muslims about the Quran and encourage free thought among muslims.

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