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{{Quote||Poorly researched and written, this book is largely an exercise in modern left-wing rhetoric about sensitivity, tolerance, and the evils of Western civilization. Her “triple vision” is blurred by a misguided approach to Islam and Judaism and outright hostility to Catholicism.<ref name="DJMP">Dr. James M. Powell - [http://www.hmml.org/centers/malta/publications/Lecture.html Crusading 1099-1999: Inaugural Lecture, Malta Study Center Lecture Series] - Presented at Saint John's University, Collegeville, MN, October 28, 1999</ref>}}
 
{{Quote||Poorly researched and written, this book is largely an exercise in modern left-wing rhetoric about sensitivity, tolerance, and the evils of Western civilization. Her “triple vision” is blurred by a misguided approach to Islam and Judaism and outright hostility to Catholicism.<ref name="DJMP">Dr. James M. Powell - [http://www.hmml.org/centers/malta/publications/Lecture.html Crusading 1099-1999: Inaugural Lecture, Malta Study Center Lecture Series] - Presented at Saint John's University, Collegeville, MN, October 28, 1999</ref>}}
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In an interview with Voor Dutch television (Network) on November the 23rd 2005, Karen Armstrong explained while smiling, what she believes is the reason behind the mass-slaughter of innocent Iraqi citizens via [[Suicide Bombing|suicide-bombings]]:  
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In an interview with Voor Dutch television (Network) on November the 23rd 2005, Karen Armstrong explained while smiling, what she believes is the reason behind the mass-slaughter of innocent Iraqi citizens via suicide-bombings:  
    
{{Quote||because of the so called forgotten dead, 90,000 by allied forces during the attack against Saddam Hussain.}}
 
{{Quote||because of the so called forgotten dead, 90,000 by allied forces during the attack against Saddam Hussain.}}
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