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Has Bush hatred gone so far that we feel no outrage?

Reader comment on item: [The Abu Ali Case and] Balancing Liberties, Security

Submitted by Northern Virginiastan (United States), Mar 1, 2005 at 17:04

Has Bush hatred descended to such a level that the mainstream media feels no indignation or outrage that someone plotted to assassinate the President?

It bears noting that the Muslim Brotherhood was charged in the assassination of Anwar Sadat. The Muslim American Society is the U.S. arm of the Muslim Brotherhood (MAS was founded by Muslim Brotherhood activists) and urged Muslims to attend Abu Ali's arraignment. Attendees laughed when the charges were read.
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