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Harraksment--Sticks and Stones Can't Break Pipes Digital Bones

Reader comment on item: Deterring Tehran
in response to reader comment: US talking stick giving carots..a new Important Fatwa

Submitted by Joe (United States), May 11, 2006 at 18:05

You gotta love this guy Harrak and his 'harraksment'. I find it a wonderful testament to the diligent, intelligent and essentially invaluable role Daniel Pipes is playing in the facilitation of the U.S discussion/debate around Mid-East policy that a guy like this seems to love 'lurking' on the DanielPipes.org comments board and firing off his little pseudo-Mohammaden word-missiles.

If you read the subtext of many of his comments, the message is that the U.S. is stupid and the Mullahs are smart. Perhaps this is true, perhaps not. History will be the judge.

But in any case, what's becoming increasingly clear to me is that Samuel Huntington was right all along. We are in a 'clash of civilizations' , the day of reckoning is at hand, and our beloved Harrak is invited to attend the festivities. I'm just hoping the stupid American NSA grabbed the IP address on his computer so we can send him his formal invitation. It's the hospitable thing to do.


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