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Richard Dawkins and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

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"In a vote at the end of the debate as to how many students had changed their minds after hearing the arguments, Dawkin's side was defeated and religion prevailed, which might account for his selective memory," he wrote.<ref>[http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=61565 Rabbi reveals video of debate that 'didn't happen'], WorldNetDaily, April 14, 2008</ref>}}
[[File:Shmuley Boteach.jpg|thumbnail|150px|right|Shmuley Boteach<br /><br /><small>(see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:RebShmuley.jpg license agreement])</small> ]]
Rabbi Boteach reported at Beliefnet:
{{cquote|I also gave Dr. Dawkins the opportunity to even score by accepting a further debate, at the time and place of his choosing (within reason, of course), to which he has yet to respond.<ref name="Shameful Attack" />}}