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Ibish is Dangerous -- Should not be Welcome as Moderate

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Submitted by Benjamin Dover (United States), May 30, 2003 at 15:30

Bravo to Pipes for exposing Ibish for what he is: a disingenuous fraud. He is, at bottom, for the complete destruction of Israel. Like Arafat, he masquerades his true agenda. The fact that he is the mouthpiece for American Arabs is not surprising. The fact that news organizationa naively welcome and listen to him is, to put it mildly, troubling. Ibish should be exposed for what he is: an anti-semitic fraud.

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