The case against banning the Koran – according to D. Pipes

Daniel Pipes rejects calls by Geert Wilders, Roberto Calderoli et al for a ban on the Qur’an and/or Islam. Can’t see that going down too well with some of his admirers. But fear not, Daniel hasn’t succumbed to the disease of liberal appeasement. He writes: “More practical and focused would be to reduce the threats of jihad and Shari’a by banning Islamist interpretations of the Koran, as well as Islamism and Islamists.”

Jerusalem Post, 28 August 2007

Update:  See “US Islamophobes fall out”, Islamophobia Watch, 29 August 2007