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Reader comment on item: What Riyadh Buys [in Washington]

Submitted by A. J. (United States), Dec 14, 2002 at 03:31

I found the point about tenured professors very interesting, especially considering how many already carry water for Islam. This is even true at Christian colleges, like the one I attend, where they use "Chapels," to push radically anti-Israeli, or in some cases, Anti-American agendas. I don't think they need to be bought, just make them think Islam's the new oppressed class, and you've tickled their Marxist funny bones enough to make them follow blindly. Not all are this corrupted, but I've seen quite a bit, and I'm only a first semester freshman.

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