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Reader comment on item: Fulbright's Terrorist Tie

Submitted by Saul Goldman (United States), Oct 25, 2003 at 09:09

The connection between Muslim intellectuals and terrorism appears to augment the perspective that "terrorism" is not the enemy.

Terrorism is the weapon, not the culprit. I think that people are losing patience with America's failure to accurately identify the enemy and put aside the ridiculous notion that we are fighting terrorism; when we should be fighting Arabs/militant Muslims who, like the Free French vis a vis the Vichy French, have the choice to either stand with us or against us. In the face of their silence and indifference we can only conclude that their sin is the sin of omission.

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