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    • Nobody denies that Dawkins has in the past been quite vocal in his opinion that religion does more harm than good.

      In fact, that point was made in the article in the Times of London. The Times is NOT a religious newspaper.

      But you are claiming that the Times article is false even though you have no evidence to support your claim.

      That is not the way scientists deal with a question. Science looks at the data before it arrives at a conclusion. You are not doing that.

      It has been ten months since the Times published that article. Can you point to anything Dawkins has said or written since that article was published in which Dawkins has stated that the alleged quotations within that article were fake or in which he has said that he was misrepresented in the article.

      Otherwise you are basing your objections on what you WANT to be true rather than on the published evidence.