Jennie Rothenberg Gritz has an interesting write-up of a panel I moderated yesterday (rather moderately moderated, I think), on which Dalia Mogahed and Irshad Manji disagreed about just about everything having to do with the modest subject of the interpretation of Islam. The best moment, for me, at least, came when someone complained about the lack of men among the panelists. Not a complaint you usually hear.

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