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Just Attend a Pipes Campus Speech

Reader comment on item: No American Muslim Terrorists? [A Reply to Spencer Ackerman]

Submitted by Joe (United States), Dec 12, 2005 at 11:37

If you want to see the next generation of Islamic terrorists in the U.S., just attend a Daniel Pipes talk on the Berkeley campus. Arrayed in PLO and other headscarves, the priveleged sons and daughters of Arab, Pakistani and Iranian Silicon Valley elites seek to disrupt the talk and threaten the attendees who are there to listen.

It is from within the Muslim Students Associations of our most liberal campuses that the next generation of home grown jihadists will emerge. And they will attempt to use the old 'white skin privelege' line of the SDS Weatherman domestic terrorists of the late 1960's to recruit your sons and daughters to join with them. I personally witnessed these MSA scum attempting to intimidate an elderly Jewish gentleman standing in the line outside the building prior to the talk. I intervened directly and told them I was their worst nightmare----a non-Jewish American who supports their immediate arrest and deportation for hate speech.

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