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Submitted by Richard Millman (United States), Jul 31, 2008 at 09:40

In a message dated 31-Jul-08 3:28:05 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, dplist@danielpipes.org writes:

Nobody works in a safer place than Yoram Schweitzer. There has never been a terrorist attack in Ramat Aviv. Nor has there ever been a rocket attack in Ramat Aviv. The Arabs intelligently cultivate this huge left-wing area that has many people leaning to the Arab position.

I taught in Ariel during the intifadia. Who then is Schweitzer to give his opinion from such a safe "refuge", like Ramat Aviv

Prof. Richard Millman


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