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Submitted by Joseph Rodriguez (United States), Jun 18, 2004 at 00:06

Thanks for providing a link to the MAS. I read several articles from their online magazine. If what I read is mainstream Muslim American thinking, then the dangers in this country are even more profound than I thought. The publication is rife with anti-Semitism, intolerance and praise of terrorism (at least Palestinian terrorism). Nowhere did I see introspective self-criticism, self-evaluation or any such notions. Sad...very sad for all of us.
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