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Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Mar 13, 2015 at 14:11

Nathan Lean of Oxford islamic studies online is throwing stones from a glass house by accusing critics of Islamism and Islam as 'islamophobic' for mercenary reasons . I bet most of the 'Islamic studies' programs in the UK are heavily funded by Arab oil money and they are basically singing the tune set by their paymasters. Either one is workin fo money ("mercenary") or is really phobic ; one can't be both.

Even great universities like Oxford have gone down the drain working for Arab oil money

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