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Reader comment on item: Campus Watch - A Good Idea?

Submitted by Gloria (United States), Oct 1, 2002 at 10:31

Time and time again, I've seen Muslims resort to name calling and labeling to avoid accountability. Apparently, they believe that negative labeling, as was done to Mr. Pipes, is an effective strategy. To some extent that's probably true. If you call someone enough awful names, especially if they're not true, eventually some of them will stick. Calling Mr. Pipes an academic failure epitomizes this strategy...

It seems that proponents of Islam cry and march and whine about lack of tolerance toward Muslims, yet offer no tolerance themselves. Campus Watch is a very timely and necessary organization.
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