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Preaching ‘Islamophobia’ to the Choir at Saudi-Funded Georgetown

by Andrew Harrod

…In all, Varisco’s briefing exposed much of modern academia’s shallowness.  True to multicultural shibboleth, Varisco refused to identify any uniquely disturbing aspects of Islam and dismissed all past aversion towards this faith as prejudice.  Varisco’s minimalist treatment of Spencer, meanwhile, accorded with an unwillingness to respect this lucidly insightful scholar.  Rather, Varisco grouped Spencer with far more lightweight individuals like Chick and Richardson with whom Catholics like Spencer or his colleague Robert Muise of theAmerican Freedom Law Center have little commonality.  The expressed worries of Varisco, Esposito, and others, however, give hope that their efforts to silence their opposition will fail.


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