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Reader comment on item: [Hamid Dabashi:] Columbia University's Hysterical Professor
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Submitted by FT (United States), Nov 5, 2009 at 16:33

This website and more specifically the anti-Iranian comments, which obviously exhibit ignorance of their writers, reminds me so much of Ahmadinejad's supporters website in Iran. I am very sorry that some people are still thinking so backwardly that they express distress of the growth of leftist thinkers in academia or in a homogenizing manner consider Iran and Iranians to be anti freedom of speech.

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