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Anti-christian aspect must be emphasized in TV appearances

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Submitted by Dave Krasnow (United States), Oct 4, 2002 at 10:11

Most people I talk with think the problem is Israel, and TV tends to higlight that aspect, as well (in spite of the 9/11 attacks). The instances of anti-Christian terrorist acts mentioned in this article need to be highlighted whenever you can in your TV appearances, so that the anti-Western hatred of the Militant Islamics replaces the false emphasis on Israel.
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