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Reader comment on item: Intimidating the West, from Rushdie to Benedict
in response to reader comment: Follow agent provocateurs!

Submitted by Naimat Khan] (Pakistan), Oct 2, 2006 at 09:00

while reading down your in depth analysis of the issue of" intimidation" I was feeling comfort that I'm getting a more clearer pictures of Rushdie Issue as I was kid when it had happened, I was also expecting that Dr. pipes will agree with well proved analysis of an Indian Muslim. But that proved a hope only.

Indeed he reiterated his past theory "nothing in those statements or actions justifies the intimidation and violence that came from the Muslim side." He should have answered, agreed or disagreed with some point that that it has been a deliberate work to incite Muslim's anger.

And when I asked pointing towards each of the six incidents that if that had happened with Christians and Jews what would have been their behavior? If some one denies holocaust that make this world a Hell for him as is evident in the case of Gibson. ...


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