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Stay and be vigilant instead of capitulate and be an exiled

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in response to reader comment: Miithal Al-Alusi should ask for haven to the US or Israel

Submitted by Sammish (United States), Sep 17, 2008 at 16:02

Although it will be safer and beneficial for Mithal to go to Israel or the US, but I believe that such move will only play into the dictates of the hardliners (be them neo-baathists or islamists). Staying is dangerous but it may rekindle the hope that one day this obsessive hatred of anthing jewish will temper off of not disappear completely.

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