Wafa Sultan interview

There’s an interesting selection from an interview with Wafa Sultan, a secular Arab-American, broadcast on Al Jazeera. (Thanks to D J Grothe for mentioning this.) It’s an eloquent expression of secularist frustration with fundamentalist Islam.

It’s unfortunate that this appears on the web site of MEMRI, a right-wing Islamophobic organization who I don’t trust very much. Still, just because they have an eye out for anything that puts Islam or Arabs in a bad light, they occasionally come across some sensible critiques of Islam as well.

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Professor of physics at Truman State University