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What would you do?

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Submitted by Gunther H. Sciff (United States), Sep 14, 2012 at 19:50

I understand the frustration, but I question the criticisms. Exactly, Daniel, what would you do when faced with a report regarding the actions by Muslim extremists and "men in the streets" who attack and kill Americans. Better yet, what would you do if you were President to avoid the flag burning and killing? I am as angry as you, but am totally bereft of what can be done.

Gunther H. Schiff

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Daniel Pipes replies:

For starters, note this article, especially the last part, from 1998:

www.danielpipes.org/296/terrorism-the-new-enemy

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