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Charles Moore's notes: It's great there's a World Islamic Economic Forum — now can we have a Jewish one?

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2 November 2013

9:00 AM

2 November 2013

9:00 AM

As I write, the World Islamic Economic Forum is opening in London, the first time it has been held in a non-Muslim country. David Cameron boasts that investors will now be able to buy sharia-compliant British gilts. If the forum helps Muslim countries share their commercial expertise with one another and the rest of us, well and good.

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