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Bibliography – My Writings on Islamic and Arabic Schools in the West [on Khalil Gibran International Academy, Arabic/Islamic schools in the West]
by Daniel Pipes
Daniel Pipes' Weblog
October 23, 2007
As the controversy over the Khalil Gibran International Academy, a New York City public school, continues too simmer, it may be useful to bring together my writings on Islamic and Arabic pre-collegiate educational institutions in the West.
- "What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?" The New York Sun, March 29, 2005. Surveys eight problematic Islamic schools in the United States and Canada.
- "Troubles at Islamic Schools in the West." DanielPipes.org, March 29, 2005. Expands on "What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?" with many further examples.
- "An Islamic School for Lodi, California?" DanielPipes.org, August 11, 2005. What town elders should consider when dealing with an application for an Islamic school.
- "Other Taxpayer-Funded American Madrassas." DanielPipes.org, March 8, 2007. A survey of public and charter schools in the United States and their Islamist qualities, spurred by the debate over KGIA.
- "Teach Arabic or Recruit Extremists?" The New York Sun, September 5, 2007. An article based on "Other Taxpayer-Funded American Madrassas."
And on the Khalil Gibran International Academy specifically:
(October 23, 2007)
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