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It takes a Ph.D. in Political Science

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Oct 4, 2006 at 05:50

Dear Prof Pipes,

By earning a Ph. D., one does not become omniscient. One should know one's limitations. The pity is when Muslims are in minority, they demand so many facilities for themselves which they deny to the nonMuslim minorities in Muslim majority/Islamic countries. If this is not opportunism, then what else is? I request the learned professors to think it over.

Regards, S.C.Panda,India

Prof Daniel Pipes,MEF,USA

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