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Joel Mowbray touches on this as well

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), May 1, 2007 at 15:30

A highly enlightening piece. It dovetails very nicely with Joel Mowbray's piece in the May 1, 2007 Wall Street Journal.

Even though Mr. Mowbray was talking about Al-Hurra, the problems plaguing it are not unlike the worst of mankind that this article sheds light upon.

It also brings to mind the movie, "Judgment at Nuremburg", especially the scene where the character played by Burt Lancaster is called "traitor" when he said in so many words, "we didn't know, because we didn't want to know."

Plus ca change.

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