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Ali Eteraz speaks tonight at the Council for the Advancement of Muslim Professionals, 6-8 pm at Brandywine Workshop, 728 S. Broad St.
1. inothernews said... on Nov 17, 2009 at 01:02PM
“If we haven't read the book, can we still come to the coffee hour? =)”
2. phillygrrl said... on Nov 17, 2009 at 01:17PM
“Of course! It'll still be interesting :)”
3. ingga262 said... on Nov 17, 2009 at 08:13PM
4. DJ Wild said... on Nov 18, 2009 at 03:19PM
“Fascinating. Coffee hour?”
5. Anonymous said... on Dec 26, 2009 at 08:03PM
“It's pathetic that Ali Eteraz projects himself as a muslim and Washington Post calls him a devout muslim. He has nothing to do with Islam. Infact, he has declared himself as "not a muslim". Most imporetant is the fact that the very book he claims as memoirs are all lies and fabrications. If you like please look at theopenwar.comHow many real american working scholars are projected like him. He got all the attention because he lied to ridicule poor Pakistanis and Islam, that's what US media loves.”
6. Saeedi said... on Dec 29, 2009 at 06:57PM
“I can't say more than what's written at #5 and the truth revelation at theopenwar.com is enough to keep this person (Ali Eteraz) on the sidelines for few more years till he matures enough to tell the truth and learns to respect his own roots. How can someone be faithful and honest to public if he is dishonest to his very own people who apparantly did nothing wrong except bringing him to America and sending him to the best schools all around the world. I have read his book and that made me sick. We should watch out that he never comes around any one's daughter. This man should be sent to a mental institute for therapy; not projected as a scholar to decieve our children.”
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