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Donahue = Liberal Bias

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Submitted by M. Louchheim (United States), Oct 5, 2002 at 23:05

How can we take Mr. Donahue seriously?

First, he "appreciates" that Mr. Dabashi does not want to get into a fighting match? Yet, wasn't Mr. Dabashi the one who called Mr. Pipes a "failed acadmic." Why else do you debate on a talk show?

Second, what does his view of "suicide bombings" have to do with the topic? Yasir Arafat opposes "suicide bombings," therefore, if Mr Dabashi does ... Mr. Donahue is simply attempting to portray Mr. Dabashi as reasonable, moral academic. His view, as Dr. Pipes suggests, is irrelevant.
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