Hamza Yusuf and Robert P. George
Princeton University professor Robert P. George lauded Imam Hamza Yusuf, the radical president of Berkeley, California's Zaytuna College, as "my beloved friend, my brother" at a recent Georgetown University day-long conference. George, a Catholic conservative luminary, was disturbingly uncritical of the Islamic apologetics that suffused the "keynote conversation" for "Muslim Minorities and Religious Freedom: A Public Dialogue."
Before an audience of about 120 in the Rafik Hariri Building's Fisher Colloquium, George emphasized ecumenical cooperation among Jews, Christians, and Muslims, notwithstanding the latter's assaults worldwide on non-Muslims. . . . Catholic school alumnus and founding director of Georgetown University's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, John Esposito, complemented George and Yusuf's claims with his customary apologetics.
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