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The recently released Netflix docu-series reminds us of a scandal that anticipated, 6 years before #MeToo, many uncomfortable questions about ...
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The row over Tandav and the arrest of Munawar Faruqui are straight out of the political playbook successfully mastered by Muslim fundamentalists
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