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re: where are the Muslims in this dialog?

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Submitted by Tayyib M. Rashid (United States), Sep 2, 2002 at 16:06

I must agree with the first gentleman who responded to this statement. Most muslims who have anything intellegent to say choose to keep quiet because absolutely nothing they will say will have any effect on the attitudes of those making false accusations about Islam. I had responded to the article by Mr. Pipes entitled Islam's future, and made some very strong arguments in favor of Islam...
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