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Who writes your sidebars on your website?

Reader comment on item: Cut the Apologetics, a Muslima Advises CAIR

Submitted by James Whitehurst (United States), Apr 24, 2006 at 10:58

In the left-hand column of this page, the top link listed is "Former Muslim Speaks Out" and the words, "Man raised as Muslim now seeks Jesus in a different light."

In tracing down that link, I find it is produced by "Camus Crusade for Chirst," a Christian organization strongly evangelical, and one seeking to convert Jews and Muslims.

I am puzzled. Do you control the side-bars or are they added to your site by your server?

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Daniel Pipes replies:

These are not sidebars but ads, currently from Blogads and Google. I do not control their content.

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