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toubab1020



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Posted - 23 Aug 2013 :  18:55:16  Show Profile Send toubab1020 a Private Message

Flicking through the pages of the Point a newspaper that I like,I came across this article,I wondered why it was unattributed to any author,I read what the anonymous person had written and the first few lines made me think,this anonymous author,does not like the reader to know which named source he is writing about,here is what I mean:

"Recently when I heard that a student wrote a thesis wherein he “proved” that Islam was a feudalistic system and received his Master’s Degree, I was deeply surprised. The performance of both the student as well as the professors"

Who is this Mr Dunlop and who are the unnamed students,who were bright enough to get a Masters degree ?



"Mr Anonymous author" then goes on,quoting sources this time:

"Let us, however, see what the word feudalism means in fact and what its characteristic is. For this purpose we reproduce below extracts of a book, “Communism” by Dr. Rashid-al-Barawy ........."

Mr Anonymous Author then proceeds to let us read much information from presumably words taken from the book written by Dr. Rashid-al-Barawy and ending his article,with the words in bold type

"TO BE CONTINUED."



http://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/article/islam-the-misunderstood-religion-islam-and-feudalism

"Simple is good" & I strongly dislike politics. You cannot defend the indefensible.
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