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Dr. Phil addressing a country called "palestine" in his program.

Reader comment on item: Pretending There's a Country Called "Palestine"

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Nov 21, 2007 at 19:53

Well, ones cannot accuse him yet of calling that land as palestine, b/c he is trying to save an American Girl from the hands of a terrorist condoner- yet, every precaution is worthy of attention.

As Below:

"....Dr. Phil continues the story of a young woman who made international headlines when she ran away to Palestine to be with a man she met on the Internet when she was just 16. Katherine was stopped by the FBI and brought back home, but two years later and now an adult, she's left the United States again to be with Abdullah, the man she says she loves and wants to marry. Katherine's terrified family thinks she is being brainwashed, and may never be allowed to return home. They say they've witnessed Abdullah's violent temper when he's verbally abused her over the phone. Now, in an exclusive interview via satellite, Dr. Phil speaks with Katherine and Abdullah together. Is Abdullah lying about letting Katherine return home? Is this couple already married? If you are a parent with a child who has access to the Internet, you can't afford to miss this show!"...

http://drphil.com/shows/show/976

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