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Business As Usual

Reader comment on item: Rashid Khalidi's Appointment at Columbia University

Submitted by Sher Thompson (United States), Sep 3, 2003 at 09:13

As usual, the terrorist defender got all the time during the interview and Daniel Pipes got only a few minutes to speak. Like Bill and Hillary, the "Professor" had a bad memory when it came to recalling what he had said or done. Just once, on any show, I would like to see the defender of freedom get a chance to speak without being interrupted or overspoken or just silenced. It doesn't seem to matter what the network or the show host, the nut case gets to speak all he or she wants to the detriment of the truth.
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