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Debating lying Muslim "leaders"

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Submitted by James Barker (United States), Jun 26, 2002 at 10:59

Dear Dr. Pipes:

I admire the way you keep going head to head with these sleazeballs. I wish the media would stop the nonsense and publicly admit that the vast majority of "Muslim leaders" are liars. Furthermore I wish our political leaders would get their heads out of the sand and tell the American people we are war with radical Islamic terrorists.

By the way, how come there was so much media attention when Daniel Pearl was killed but nobody seems to care about the American missionary killed by the Muslims in the Philippines?

Sincerely,
J. Barker
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