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Reader comment on item: What Is the Future of the Arab Middle East?

Submitted by Jerome Henen (Canada), Feb 26, 2012 at 21:11

All of this is very interesting but until the mass media gets on board and acknowledges that there is a looming problem and that perhaps the Arab spring is not as fortuitous and beneficial as they think, it means nought.

Preaching to the converted is nice and feel good but it is not changing minds and making people sit up and think.

in fact the more the right points out the reality the more they are shunned by the mass media and the prevailing attitude of liberalism and all is good pc correctness.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

As for "preaching to the converted," see http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2012/01/the-middle-east-forum-strategy-not-advocacy

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