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Are non-Muslims allowed to teach in Islamic universities?

Reader comment on item: A Prof [Hamid Dabashi] Tangles the Truth

Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Apr 2, 2005 at 06:32

It is a relevant question.

Can non-Muslims go to teach in Egypt or Syria and give an alternative view-point?

Mr. Pipes, if I am correct, you speak Arabic and have done a PhD and studied for several years in Egypt.

Could you be a lecturer/professor in any Islamic country?

Thanks for your answer, if you find the time to read the above.

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