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Reader comment on item: Let Refugees Remain in Their Own Culture Zones

Submitted by Francis Thornton (Canada), Sep 25, 2013 at 04:20

DP: Your column scored an inner " Bull's Eye ". Why should Syria be rewarded for being bad, is what the West should be saying. Fortunately, so far, the West has bled its collective hearts little, even though the donkeys in the UN want the West to bleed out. The Saudis et al,as usual, don't want to dirty their hands.

Thanks for trying to wipe the glaze off the eyes of Western leaders.

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