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Freedom of Speech is not Absolute

Reader comment on item: [Hussein Ibish:] U.S. Arabs' Firebrand

Submitted by Michael (United States), Sep 11, 2002 at 16:13

Representatives of Arab-Muslim hate mongerers who hide behind our freedom of speech should not be given a platform to attack our country's foriegn policy. Until they start fighting for human rights and basic political freedoms in their countries of origin, they will not appreciate its value and will not respect the truth that should be spoken when given the choice to speak freely.

Evil will always use the good inside of us to impose its tyranny.

God Bless America and all peace loving people all over the world.
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