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Reader comment on item: Keith Ellison, Where Are You?

Submitted by Rabbi Eric M. Lankin, D.Min. (United States), Feb 17, 2010 at 07:15

I assume that Congressman Ellison is a smart person. I also assume that he has read many things that you have written. Therefore he surely knows what you believe about him and about the subject radical Islam.

Permit me to suggest that next time you plan to be in Washington, why don't you invite the congressman for a cup of coffee, a less threatening environment than a public debate? He might even accept your invitation.

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