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timidity of non-hostile moslems

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Submitted by Joseph Wechsler (United States), Apr 16, 2003 at 21:52

Western media have always eagerly published moslem expressions of hostility to American views as well as to Israel, no matter what the latter do or don't do. It is refreshing to read about moslem consenters with the American attitude. But their voice is a timid whisper in the bruhaha of moslem hostility. They would do wonders for improving the image of the moslem world if they (the consenters) would talk a little louder.
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