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Skepticism in the Arab World: The Base of Conspiracies
Skepticism in the Arab World: The Base of Conspiracies
Skepticism is often used to validate conspiracy theories by discrediting mainstream beliefs.
Wednesday, August 6,2008 15:54
Arab Insight

Skepticism is often used to validate conspiracy theories by discrediting mainstream beliefs. Hani Nasira discusses examples of skepticism in the Middle East as well as common trends in skeptic theories.

 

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