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Submitted by Yuri Guri (United States), Mar 30, 2009 at 01:42

Rarely is such a naive program stated so bluntly. Unilaterally disarming ourselves of the language to combat injustice merely on the pretext that our insistence might cause discomfort is tantamount to the abandonment of the liberal project. Islamists oppose assimilation and religious freedom not because they hear something different in those words than we do, but because they hear it loud and clear and find it repugnant.

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