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Dabashi doeth protest too much

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Submitted by Herbert J. Nevyas, MD (United States), Dec 1, 2004 at 08:43

I'm not a psychiatrist but I think it is pretty obvious that Mr. Dashabi is projecting his hostility onto others when he fears physical retaliation for his libels. He knows that he is part of a deadly war and he knows what he deserves. Therefore he sees threats even when they do not exist.

Shame on Columbia for harboring such a disgrace to humanity!
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