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Teach The Arabic Language, Keep The Political And Religious Agendas OUT

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Sep 5, 2007 at 12:58

What is needed because of the future need for our security of the USA and the west of people who know how to both speak and translate the Arabic language for our law enforcement and military departments. Teach the Arabic language in the pre-college level so that students can be prepared to speak it as a second language, what is not needed are special schools where either certain political or religious agendas are promoted. Keep both OUT.

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