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Submitted by PezDispenser (Israel), Jan 22, 2017 at 05:32

Dr. Pipes,

I think you might find it interesting that years after the site went quiet, new people around the world keep finding the late Prof. Barry Rubin's old blog via the search "Who's More Dangerous: Sunni or Shia Islamists?" (Recent visitor information is publicly available on the Live Traffic Feed app on that blog.) I speculate that a significant amount of new traffic to that blog comes from that single article.

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