News and Analysis (10/11/10)

The banned party’s decision to run is called “a slap in the face” to their former ally Mohammed Baradei, who had called for a boycott:

“Many investigations in Europe have centered on mosques where extremist preachers incite hatred of non-Muslims, intelligence officials said”:

“One of the world’s most prolific thinkers and a professor of Islamic Studies at Oxford University, Ramadan has been named 49th among Foreign Policy magazine’s list of the world’s top 100 contemporary individuals”:

“The way to win the war against Islamist extremism is to isolate the fundamentalists from the main streams of Islam. Pamela Geller, on the other hand, would radicalize moderate Muslims”:

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