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This article is in a way a compilation of what I have written in making use of essays written by my students, that is, graduate students of Institute of English, University of Silesia, who study the Arabic language as their minor.
Driven by a fully justified pride of a university teacher, in what follows I am going to quote their authorized opinions on values of Islam. In this way, as I hope, I will testify to non-efficiency of attempts to infect their open and noble young minds with viruses of intolerance, hatred and xenophobia. As will be shown, in full agreement with Socratic ethical intellectualism, knowledge and the very scientific and ethical aura that the Institute of English conveys proves to be an effective immunological barrier to these viruses.