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Reader comment on item: Coddling a Terrorist [Sami Al-Arian] Costs Votes

Submitted by Ben (United States), Oct 19, 2004 at 13:48

It is interesting to observe that some of the loudest criticism about the debate over Al-Arian is coming from the press who reported most sympathetically about him over the years.

I resent the righteous indignation of those who believe that they know more than those who were intimately involved in the matter.

And let's remember that it was Ms. Castro who threw the first stone about terrorism in this race.

Great piece, Dr. Pipes, and love that blog!
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