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Professors who spew Wahhabism garbage

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Submitted by Arthur S. (United States), Aug 2, 2003 at 15:19

How in the world can we expect MIddle Eastern Professors to give an honest lecture about the Middle East? They are products of the clerics in their own country and dare not speak anything bad about their own homes in the desert.

To think they are spewing their Wahaabism to our students is sickening. The Jews have been in the Middle-East over 3,000 years, the Arab usurpers only since the 600's. You do the math.

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