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Gernot Rotter

Professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies

Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies

University of Hamburg


Academic Assistant

University of Tübigen's Oriental Seminary


Affiliations

German Oriental Society's Orient Institute

Director


Web References(30 Total References)


Issues & Alibis

www.issuesandalibis.org [cached]

"The American translators who listened to the tapes and transcribed them apparently wrote a lot of things in that they wanted to hear but that cannot be heard on the tape no matter how many times you listen to it," said Gernot Rotter, professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg.
Other OBL communiqués appear to take credit for 9/11-but there's a possibility that he was trying to keep himself relevant for his Islamist audience.


Socialist Viewpoint ... news and analysis for working people

www.socialistviewpoint.org [cached]

"The American translators who listened to the tapes and transcribed them apparently wrote a lot of things in that they wanted to hear but that cannot be heard on the tape no matter how many times you listen to it," said Gernot Rotter, professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg.
Other OBL communiqués appear to take credit for 9/11-but there's a possibility that he was trying to keep himself relevant for his Islamist audience.


fsp.lefora.com

Gernot Rotter, professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg sums it up: "The American translators who listened to the tapes and transcribed them apparently wrote a lot of things in that they wanted to hear but that cannot be heard on the tape no matter how many times you listen to it.


wideshut.co.uk

Prof. Gernot Rotter, professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg concluded:


Bin Laden Confession 9/11 review

911review.org [cached]

Prof. Gernot Rotter, professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg sums it up:


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