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Hitting a nerve?

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Submitted by Richard Szathmary (United States), Mar 23, 2004 at 17:28

About 11:30 this morning, I was able to visit al-Mujiharoun's web site, which was actually worse than even your column had led me to believe before seeing it for myself. Much worse and much, much more inflammatory. And scary.

At approximately 5:15, this web site was no longer available to me. My web provider, Juno, noted that access was "forbidden." Gee, I wonder why.

Keep up the good work, in other words.

Regards,

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