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Submitted by Jerry Stolzenberg (United States), Apr 1, 2003 at 17:30

These Columbia professors, Said and his coherts, are not protected by academic freedom, as hate and an anti-American agenda epoused from a lectern are not part of the curriculum. These "teachers" do not stimulate honest discourse, but preach hatred without constructive ideas.

Their tenure should be questioned and perhaps they might do more for their cause by reporting for AL-Jahzeera outside of this country.

J. Stolzenberg, M.D.
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