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Looks like profs running for cover.

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Submitted by dennisw-usa (United States), Feb 6, 2003 at 08:45

I have little idea of what these these academics are teaching on Jihad, Islamic irredentism, now or in the past. Did they neglect to speak of the military side of Jihad and have only recently reformed? Did they go soft of Islamic aggression pre 9-11-2001 and during the Clinton years? Looks like they sure don't want to be highlighted on campus watch.
All credit goes to Mr. Pipes who is one of the most courageous scholars in America.
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