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Submitted by Marcos Berenstein (Brazil), Oct 21, 2004 at 08:11

US universities are becoming a battleground for islamist activities.They enjoy American liberties and rights that were designed to enhance hard-working people's living standards as an outgrowth of the Civil Rights Movement of the sixties. We cannot allow the Islamists to succeed as their ultimate goal is to turn their host country into a huge Saudi Arabia.

Mr. Martinez clearly is more able to deal with this menace as he is willing to "take the bull by the horns" to protect the American way of life...
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