Divine Impulses: Tariq Ramadan says Comedy Central is 'scared' of the Muslim reaction to South Park
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Divine Impulses: Tariq Ramadan says Comedy Central is 'scared' of the Muslim reaction to South Park

Ramadan on tension between free speech and Islamic principle of not depicting the prophet, as seen in South Park. (Elizabeth Tenety and Andrea Useem)

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