• Abdou Filali-Ansary 13 August 2010
    At the end of the day, we find ourselves, again, in a familiar position. NHAZ held a moral high ground and commanded respect from most scholars, but was prevented from being heard by those who needed to learn from him. The artificial polarisation and tension around him prevented even serious criticism from those who could assess his work with expertise. The motives alleged to justify his ordeal will always sound ridiculous.
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