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A welcome clarion call

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Submitted by Michael Kaiser (United States), Jul 9, 2002 at 16:32

As is his wont, Dr. Pipes dissects the issue with scalpel like dexterity. His chronology of past incidents clearly points to uncanny similarities in the modus operandii of terrorist sleepers waiting to be activated by their control centers or by the sheer motivation of unbridled hatred against Israel and the Jews.

Dr. Pipes article serves the cause of the national interest of the United States by alerting our authorities to the perils of double-talk. There cannot be double-talk with such a serious matter as terrorism.

Michael Kaiser
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