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politicians don't seem to care; it is bewcoming more and more difficult to pass on this type of information to them.....

Reader comment on item: Fulbright's Terrorist Tie

Submitted by Carmen Waggoner (United States), Oct 21, 2003 at 23:17

I am outraged at the audacity of the individuals who use everything the US have to offer in order to better spread their ideology on our very soil, in our own universities, with the blessings of... our own faculty! You are doing a great service by infoming the public. I pass this on to the politicians of my state holding office in Washington. Lately, some of my messages urging the politicians to read your forwarded articles are returned to me with "canned" messages related to the burden of reading this mail.

I wish our government would model itself after the Israeli governement with regard to greater scrutiny of individuals of Middle Eastern descent, who come to study in our universities, and use everything at their disposal for ulterior motives, that are in no way connected to scholarly persuit. Yes, I am for profiling, in universities, and everywhere terrorists are actively pursuing their goal.
Thank you for all your efforts; I appreciate what you are doing for all of us.

Carmen Waggoner, Ph.D.

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