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Reader comment on item: Is Campus Watch Part of a Conspiracy? [On Mearsheimer-Walt and "The Israeli Lobby"]
in response to reader comment: Arab paranoia

Submitted by steven L (United States), May 12, 2006 at 20:30

C.W .asks only one thing: present both sides of the story. Since it appears that most Oriental Study (OS)programs present only the Arab side of the coin it is obvious that Jews and or Israel need to present the other side. So far all or most of the O.S. have failed miserably because their agenda is to present only their point of view and that is not the goal of a University program in the USA, perhaps it is the case in the middle East.

One cannot expect the RDC or Zimbawe or the Fiji islands to present the Isareli or Jewish side

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