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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: On Whose Side? Art. No.2812

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Aug 22, 2005 at 06:09

Dear Prof Pipes,
Mr Azzam Tamimi of London(U.K.) expects respectfulness from others.Fine. But his faith,ie.,Islam-does it give any respect to other faiths?
Gen. Musharraf has been given a benefit of doubt. For me as an Indian, he is playing a double game dexterously. But how long?
While the USA is a protagonist and propagator of democracy, one wonders why it equates a secular democratic India with a theocratic dictatorial Pakistan .
Regards, Sincerely,S.C.Panda
Prof Daniel Pipes, MEF, USA
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