John Esposito

Professor of Religion and International Affairs at Georgetown University

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Professor of Religion and International Affairs at Georgetown University and Director of its Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding; author of Unholy War: Terror in the Name of Islam

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In September, Pope Benedict XVI made a  controversial speech  quoting a Byzantine emperor who attacked Islam as a violent religion.

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