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Reader comment on item: [Brandeis University President Jehuda] Reinharz, Israel and Me

Submitted by Persia Gran-Freeland (United States), Feb 16, 2007 at 20:12

The Delong-Bas woman reminds me of that creature, Yvonne Haddad, nesting at Columbia with her traitorous support of terrorism and Islam.

Hose is an unctuous worm and Reinhartz is an insipid insect. The hopeful calumny about Dr. PIpes being a weapon of mass destruction is in reality a tremendous compliment since it betrays to a nicety their timid, pygmy mentalities which come so naturally to both.

Flick them off your arm, Dr. Pipes.

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