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Reader comment on item: The Enemy Within [and the Need for Profiling]

Submitted by Paul M. Neville (United States), Jan 25, 2003 at 14:49

I would feel a lot better about Muslim presence in our midst if there were public disclosures of Islamist terrorists by "moderates". If this has happened, it has been concealed from the public.

What the public sees is Muslims giving lip service to general statements against terrorists followed immediately by complaints about oppression of Muslims by the US and Israel.

We were a lot rougher on the Japanese during WWII, yet many volunteered out of the internment camps to fight for this country.
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