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RE: comment "Let's Prioritize"

Reader comment on item: [Hesham Hedayet and] Border Agencies in Denial

Submitted by A H (United States), Oct 21, 2002 at 20:57

You just hit it right on target! I wholeheartedly agree. But how are you going to do it? After 9-11, Congress initiated a bill that was supposed to restrict visas to those countries on the US State Department "terrorism list". However, the problem is the list itself! This includes only 7 countries: North Korea, Libya, Syria... , but not Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan, Algeria, or other potential sources of militant Islamists. Go fix it!
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