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"The true faith, based on God's final revelation, must be protected from insult and abuse; other [[faith]]s, being either false or incomplete, have no right to any such protection."<ref> [http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1990/09/the-roots-of-muslim-rage/304643/3/ The Roots of Muslim Rage] - [[Bernard Lewis]], Sep. 1, 1990 (in ''The Atlantic'')</ref>
 
"The true faith, based on God's final revelation, must be protected from insult and abuse; other [[faith]]s, being either false or incomplete, have no right to any such protection."<ref> [http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1990/09/the-roots-of-muslim-rage/304643/3/ The Roots of Muslim Rage] - [[Bernard Lewis]], Sep. 1, 1990 (in ''The Atlantic'')</ref>
  

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"The true faith, based on God's final revelation, must be protected from insult and abuse; other faiths, being either false or incomplete, have no right to any such protection."[1]

Notes

  1. The Roots of Muslim Rage - Bernard Lewis, Sep. 1, 1990 (in The Atlantic)