March 2002
Electronic Ardell Wellness Report (E-AWR);3/8/2002, p2
Presents an assertion made by Pat Robertson and supported by Don B. Ardell that accuses Arab American Muslims of providing support to terrorist actions as an expression of their faith in militant Islam. Evidence reflecting violent nature of Islam; Evidence of repression in muslims reflected in the hostile attitude of Islamic Republics to freedom; Robertson's conflicting view of Christian theocracy.


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