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The lecture was titled "The Middle East" There was no discussion on the middle east. Not what I was looking for at all.
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since this is not a book (it's a panel discussion), the questions are inapplicable
I was sad that I wasn't going to hear Reza Aslan
I would really enjoy hearing the listed discussion
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