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Denial is sanctioned by UN

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Submitted by Bruno (Italy), Feb 8, 2005 at 13:44

I'm sorry, but denial is an official recommendation by the UN: I read it twice sometimes ago, a UN spokesman (a Spaniard whose name I cannot remember) recommended that the media should place less enphasis on moslem acts of terrorism, because this would damage the interests of the moslems who live in Europe, who could became subjects of racist attacks or prosecution for being associated with terrorism.

Admirable: we have censorship in the name of antiracism, so censorship may even exist for a good cause.

So Bin Laden is a persecuted man because of his ethnicity.
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