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Sending anyone is a concession too far

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Submitted by S. Hulbert (United Kingdom), Feb 20, 2010 at 11:15

Sending anyone to the IOC sends the wrong message. It legitimizes the OIC and its religio-political power over the international community. The OIC uses religious means to achieve economic and political ends. No other religious organization wields such wide ranging influence and power over non-adherents. Sending anyone at all is an unacceptable concession and yet further insight, were any needed, into this administration's lack of commitment to constitutional values and principles.

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