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Where's Bani-Sadr when they need him?

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Submitted by Gilbert Schwartz (United States), Jul 23, 2002 at 13:18

It does give one hope that reformation can have a chance. But I'm sure that Beni-Sadr, and the rest of those liberals who thought they'd use the Islamists to do the dirty work, are all holding forth at some Paris Cafe. What sector will those voices come from now to move the process along and be willing to die for it?

Great article!


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