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Which has priority in war--civil rights or citizens' safety?

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Submitted by Anne White (Canada), Sep 21, 2004 at 14:50

Amnesty Intl has gone too far afield. America is at war. In wartime, the government's responsibility is to provide as much protection to its citizens as is possible. No doubt the public relations agencies such as CAIR and others came up with the label "violation of civil rights" and the volume of agreement is turned up by such as AI.
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