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Submitted by Elliott A Green (Israel), Nov 12, 2007 at 09:02

The US State Dept and American institutions in Arab countries, like this university [AUC], have long catered to Arab prejudices, religious, racial and ethnic. This was fairly notorious in the 1950s when the Saudi kingdom forbade Jews who were American citizens from coming to the kingdom in any capacity.

Nor does the State Dept criticize Arabs --Saudis, Egyptians, Syrians, Palestinian Arabs-- for defaming Jews or the American Jewish community in terms reminiscent of Nazi propaganda.

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