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A Mistake?

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Submitted by A. M. Berlin (Canada), Sep 13, 2002 at 23:36

Mr. D. Pipes
Your assessment is that the planners and architects of 9/11 consider this attack a mistake. If this assessment is correct, then the US has nothing to fear in the future, because any other attack will also be a mistake, and repeating mistakes are not very likely. On the other hand, the very existence of el Queda is based on visibility, and visibility comes from action. Otherwise one becomes irrelevant.
It is interesting to see what the future will bring.
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