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"Holy Writ" (April 2003, Atlantic Monthly) is an essay by Christopher Hitchens.

It is subtitled "Recent writers on Islam need to be more stringent in their criticism. Stephen Schwartz is an exception." and reviews:

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"His sympathy for "Third World" causes, it was loftily said, should help him to appreciate the irony. And the irony was at his expense, so it served him right. Thus wrote Norman Podhoretz, Charles Krauthammer, A. M. Rosenthal, and others."

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