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The Civil War of Words: Islam vs. Islamism (Continued…)

By Walid Shoebat Note: if you haven’t been brought up to speed about this point of disagreement between Daniel Pipes and I, click here. ————- Daniel Pipes posted a comment on May 18, 2013 stating that his article – Islam vs. Islamism – “has been misinterpreted, for example by Walid Shoebat who states that “Pipes […]

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Islam Vs. Islamism: A Case for Wishful Thinkers

The following article was originally posted at Pajamas Media. Please go there for hyperlinks. By Walid Shoebat This is what historian and Middle East analyst Daniel Pipes asks in his recent Washington Times article. To support his argument, Pipes makes an unsubstantiated claim that a majority of Muslims are moderate and that Islamism is only, […]

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Andrew Bostom asks: What in the world happened to Daniel Pipes?

Daniel Pipes is widely regarded as an invaluable asset when it comes to the need to understand Islam; he’s been at it for years. In fact, if any non-Muslim were to understand the religion that is also a political movement, Pipes should. However, as Andrew Bostom points out in his latest article, it appears that […]

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