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Guest Editor's Introduction: The Making of Many Books

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1. See Fadl, Khaled Abou El, The Authoritative and Authoritarian in Islamic Discourses, reviewed in 15 J. L. & Relig. 397. See also Vining, Joseph, The Authoritative and the Authoritarian (U. of Chi. Press 1986).

2. Laycock, Douglas, Continuity and Change in the Threat To Religious Liberty: The Reformation Era and the Late Twentieth Century, 80 Minn. L. Rev. 1047, 10521053 (1996).

3. See Fadl, Khaled Abou El, Introduction, in And God Knows the Soldiers: The Authoritative and Authoritarian in Islamic Discourses 1 (U. Press of Am. 2001); Fadl, Khaled Abou El, The Place of Tolerance in Islam: On reading the Qur'an-and misreading it, 26 Boston Rev. 3436 (12 2001/01 2002); Fadl, Khaled Abou El, Islam and the Theology of Power, 221 Middle E. Rpt. 2833 (Winter 2001).

4 ‘Islam is Peace’ Says President, Remarks of President Bush at Islamic Center of Washington, D.C., 09 17, 2001. (http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2001/09/20010917-11.html).

5. English Rendering of President General Pervez Musharraf's Address To the Nation, Jan. 12, 2002. (http://www.pak.gov.pk/public/President address.htm).

6. Runciman, Steven, 3 A History of the Crusades 480 (Cambridge U. Press 1954).

7. Berman, Harold J., The Interaction of Law and Religion 24 (Abingdon 1974); for a discussion of the Court's case law on the Religion Clause of the First Amendment, see id. at 140-141. See also Berman, Harold J., Faith and Order: The Reconciliation of Law and Religion 820 (Scholars Press 1993).

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