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I'm with Ajami

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Submitted by Paul M. Neville (United States), Feb 12, 2003 at 19:33

I was passing a magazine rack when I saw Fouad Ajami's name featured on the Foreign Affairs cover. I paid the $9.00 before thinking to check for a FA web site where the article can be read for free. No regrets because I have always had a high regard for Fouad Ajami. I have seen little of him lately on the newscasts and after reading the article I suspect he has been black listed by the networks as contra agenda. As usual he make a compelling arguement for what I hope is Bush long range policy.
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