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No bad deed goes punished?

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Submitted by Irfan Khawaja (United States), Jul 28, 2003 at 17:03

A sorry postscript to this sorry episode:

http://www.adcnj.us/expanding_arab_voice_rings_out_t.htm

I find it interesting that this article appears in all of its triumphalist glory
on the website of the NJ branch of the ADC. People with long memories
will remember that Hussein Ibish of ADC's national organization issued
a criticism of the serialization back in November (cf. Amy Sara
Clark's Nov. 15 article on this website, where he is quoted). I wonder
what he thinks about this.
Submitting....

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